If you have a chronic illness, invisible illness, chronic pain, or any combination thereof, you know there are only so many spoons. This is what the #SpoonieLife is like, from people who are living it:
Wait, you had plans today?
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— Hannah Radenkova (@HannahRadenkova) April 14, 2017Advertisement
The mind says “yes!” but the body says “nope”
I am so sore today from my long day of... lying around yesterday? That doesn't sound right. #SpoonieProblemsAdvertisement— amy (@SpoonsAndPOTS) April 20, 2017Advertisement
— Kayli E (@kaycommander) April 16, 2017
Hannah (@mindfulspoonie) April 7, 2017
Meds should do the trick, though, right?
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Simple things become difficult, like going to a concert
Or going on a walk
Or taking a bath
I would love to take a bath but... once I get down into the tub how do I get back up? #SpoonieProblems— chronically ill (@Rdoherty102) April 7, 2017Advertisement
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