A good, concise piece from a fellow blogger, who suffers from CFS and depression, about the feelings of guilt and shame many of us live with.
Having an invisible illness brings a lot of judgement and opinions from others and a lot of time it’s negative and hurtful. Living with Depression and Chronic Fatigue is hard enough as it is without other people making me feel worse about something I cannot change.
Before my Fiancé met me, he had never met someone affected by depression and anxiety and I think it shocked him to see how much it affected me. He didn’t understand Depression and it took a while for him to get used to the condition but he made the effort to learn about it and support me as much as possible. The anxiety was hard for him to deal with because he is such an outgoing person who loves to socialise and it caused a lot of stress in the relationship but we both eventually learned how to compromise and he learned my boundaries and…
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