10 insights on life: Awareness through ME
Today, May 12th is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/SEID) and Fibromyalgia World Awareness Day. This blogger @ Tips for ME discusses the mysteries of ME/CFS. Particularly interesting to me is the “Canary” or sensitivities aspect, which after 5 years, my doctors still haven’t been able to understand why I can hardly tolerate my own voice, sounds, lights, or smells. Chemical sensitivities alone can be such a confining aspect of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME for so many CFS/ME sufferers.
Thank you for checking out a few of these enlightening ME/CFS facts, life wisdom, and helping raise awareness today!
This ’10 insights’ #May12BlogBomb post is a perspective from the awareness of having ME, looking outwards at the world through the lens of ME. I believe that people with ME (pwme) have useful observations to contribute to society, perhaps a little akin to Old Testament minor prophets. This can be compared to the voices of other marginalised people groups, such as the queer community, the Equal Rights Movement and feminism. Each marginalised group gains different insights on life, related to their specific barriers to inclusion.
Table of Contents
2) Anything Can Happen at Any Time
4) A Rose by a Different Name Does Smell Sweeter
5) The Authority on Your Body is You
6) Access to Health Requires Self-Reliance
7) Very Little Knowledge is Truly Known
8) Learn your Limits and Take a Step Back
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Posted on May 12, 2016, in CFS/ME/SEID, Chronic Illness, POTS/Dysautonomia, Reblogs, Uncategorized and tagged awareness, Canary in the coal mine, CFS, CFS/ME, CFS/ME/SEID, chemical sensitivities, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Chronic Illness, Dysautonomia, fibromyalgia, fibromyalgia awareness day, health, living with cfs, May 12 awareness day, POTS, sensitivities, Spoonie, spoonie wisdom, world awareness day. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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