Proportional Pain and My Guilty Genes
I think this blogger just crawled inside of my pain addled brain and sucked out my thoughts like a milkshake. Wow. I am constantly having these arguments with myself. I think we just did a Vulcan mind meld. Read below:
Scrabble doesn’t come with a question mark, so we’ll have to make do without one
There once was a girl (A) who didn’t pass her cheerleader tryouts, and she was upset. There was also a girl (B) whose boyfriend dumped her, and she was upset. But then there was a girl (C) whose friend was dying of cancer, and she was upset.
Before us we have three (fictional) girls, and each is upset. Who, in your opinion, is most upset?
Please don’t answer that because it’s a trick question. I believe that it’s not fair to compare people’s pain because each is suffering in their own right. So yes, one situation seems way more serious than the others, but does that mean that the other two aren’t upset and don’t have a right to be? No. The fact that one person is worried about cancer and the other is worried…
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Posted on September 4, 2014, in Chronic Illness, Chronic Pain, Disability, Guest Bloggers, Health and tagged Chronic Illness, Chronic pain, guilt, Spoonie. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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