myjourneythroughlyme:

I don’t have enough energy to deal with normal people and sick people problems.

little-princess-hannah:

ATTENTION: TELLING A PERSON WITH A CHRONIC ILLNESS THAT “SO AND SO HAS WHAT YOU HAVE AND CAN WORK/ DO THIS AND THAT.” IS EXTREMELY INSULTING AND I WILL LITERALLY THROW SOMETHING AT YOUR FACE IF ANYONE SAYS THAT TO ME AGAIN

*does something that causes pain*

Everybody: Why do you do it if it causes you pain.

*stops doing things*

Everybody: Oh my god you never do anything. Get out of your house every once in awhile jeez.

you know you’re a spoonie when:

dailylifewithchronicillness:

You have to prepare to be emotionally ready to handle normal test results when you’re secretly hoping the tests will show something and you’ll have an answer.

lockedoutoflight:

Chronically ill people are the most hardcore people I’ve ever known
Like we spend all day everyday in pain but we still get up and do things while your healthy ungrateful self says you can’t go outside because you have the sniffles

quietdharma:

From the “Making Invisible Disabilities Visible” Facebook page

quietdharma:

From the “Making Invisible Disabilities Visible” Facebook page

canadad:

can we please get some sort of mental health education for parents i cant believe how many are in denial of their child’s condition

patrickat:

spyderqueen:

misandrwitch:

Hands up if large groups of aggressively loud white boys in your vicinity freak you out

One of the things that bonds women, POC, and LGBTQA+ together: The fear of white men in numbers.

Did you mean: Congress?

(Source: misandryad)

nyamennwunamawu:

Never discredit your gut instinct. You’re not being paranoid. Your body can pick up vibrations, some better than others, and if something deep inside you says something’s not right about a person or situation, trust it and keep it pushing. 

laura-berger:

My Body (detail) Just finished the last painting of 42 for my exhibition at Hazel!
Was thinking about our bodies & all of the interesting ways they can move & all of the colors we can feel like.

laura-berger:

My Body (detail)
Just finished the last painting of 42 for my exhibition at Hazel!

Was thinking about our bodies & all of the interesting ways they can move & all of the colors we can feel like.