Chronic fatigue syndrome dating
You’re not the only one with problems, so start looking for places where you can apply yourself as the solution. Don’t pretend like you’re cool, and then turn around and dry heave into your handbag (I have mastered this by the way.) Don’t agree to go to a rock concert when you have a migraine and don’t agree to eat hibachi when you’re on an all-liquid diet. Better to out yourself and your condition early and avoid the consequences.
You can’t pretend forever–and Jesus, why would you want to??? I mean whoever heard of someone sneaking in a stash of immodium in their bra to the prom?
Fall on your ass and laugh about it–you’ll be America’s Sweet Heart. On the forum the other day, someone asked: “Who wants to be with a person that is chronically ill?
The chat room provides a place where members can talk live to other members.For 24 years I’ve had ME/CFS (formerly known as “chronic fatigue syndrome”), a disabling neuro-immune illness similar in many ways to multiple sclerosis.My legs were more numb than usual, and the man I’d broken up with after he “postponed” our wedding had just graciously prevented me from a dangerous face-plant.Many members enjoy the chat room because it gives them a sense of being sociable and helps them feel less isolated.Please Note: Chat room access is granted after 14 days membership.