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Ebstein Barr & Fibromyalgia

Chronic Pain | Last Active: Feb 8, 2020 | Replies (16)

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@rwinney

Hello @sarasally2. I always appreciate those before me that have lived so long with chronic illness. The fact that you speak of your challenges and are still here to help others tells me that:

1. It ain't easy, but it's doable

2. There is a huge amount of support out there even if from complete strangers

3. Being thankful because we always know it could be worse

Thanks for the inspiration today!
Rachel

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@sarasally2, I am going to slide in here and say Welcome and thank you for turning to Connect for support and sharing of experiences. We are here to “listen”, accept, and understand. We are not medically trained and cannot diagnose or prescribe.

We need to help you move into the now. Bring your resilience and your experience to share. Don’t be shy. Be safe and protected. Chris

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