Most of us are not aware of the fact that Autoimmune Disorders are mainly invisible.
It does not show on our faces. What you see is only the tip of the ice berg but what goes within us is a storm a volcano that cannot be explained in words.
We feel frustrated as we are mostly unable to explain.... And the other is unable to understand.
Only an Autoimmune person can relate to another.
This is a subtle and humorous way of letting all know the spirit within us all
I know I look good. I'm not fooling anyone.
I'm just trying to distract you from the fact that I'm constantly falling down, running into things, and forgetting what I'm doing. I'm like a human version of Wile E. Coyote.
But hey, at least I can still look good while I'm doing it.
I was in the hospital recently, and all my visitors could say was "You look good." Thanks, but I don't feel good.
I feel like I've been hit by a bus.
But I'm not going to let that stop me from looking good. I'm going to keep putting on my makeup, doing my hair, and wearing my favorite clothes.
Because even when I'm feeling my worst, I still want to look my best.
So next time you see someone who looks good, don't just assume they're feeling good. They might be fighting a battle you know nothing about.
But they're still putting on a brave face and trying to look their best. So give them a break.
And maybe even give them a compliment. Because even if they don't feel good, they'll appreciate it.
And who knows?
Maybe they'll even laugh.
Because sometimes, the best way to deal with a tough situation is to find the humor in it. And if you can laugh at yourself, you can pretty much laugh at anything.
So go ahead and laugh. Laugh at me. Laugh at my pain. Laugh at my disability.
But most of all, laugh with me. Because together, we can make the world a little bit brighter.
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