Fibromyalgia, why does it hurt so much when they tell us: courage, have strength…?

Why do the words ENCOURAGE, IT WILL HAPPEN, HAVE STRENGTH … They hurt so much IN THE HEART? Do they cause so much emotional pain?
Who tells us this … Would he be able to bear what happens to us?
If there is something that hurts more than pain, it is indifference …
That indifference From:

“Courage” is a BAD word in Fibromyalgia, five letters that 

they imply that you DO NOT understand and that you do not want to understand … It is a word that judges us.
Pain is justified, it is understood in hundreds of diseases, it is dignified in the elderly, the patient is given room to rest, rest and then return to his routine … We understand pain as something that is momentary … Fortunately for most …
We learned to  the bad  that it is very different!
An unimaginable reality, we need empathy, understanding to continue living this life that touched us. Accepting that we have pain means losing …
Losing what made us happy, and not because we want to but because 

our health forces us.

However, that daily fight against pain makes us rediscover ourselves, makes us strong, we investigate, we learn, we know things about Fibromyalgia that other people have not even heard of!
We face a future with pain. No expiration date and uncertain prognosis, but we overcome with all our strength! This is how a large part of people live, clinging to life with all their strength, fighting against what no one can imagine, day by day without respite and this for us is the most normal … It is what we must do, what we have to do while a solution arrives at that door that we had to force through …  Fibromyalgia.While others enjoy the freedom that each movement of their body gives them, we with each one of them remember what our body was  BEFORE. Without a doubt, you  can carry on your life with this disease … You reach the summit of strength … For us, each day is a new, special and different challenge!

NOTE: Of course it is not necessary to live with so much suffering, there are many ways to alleviate it. Whether with medications, physical exercise, psychotherapy … And of course with a good Rheumatologist and Neurologist!


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