A common theme was "becoming disabled," as one person put it.
Most especially while one is still quite young. You've got a mortgage and kids to take care of.
2. Eating Disorder
Oh my god, when I tell people I have an eating disorder, they tell me I should simply eat and that I'd be fine if.
I weren't so vain as to refuse food because I feel ashamed of my body.
Migraines. One person said, "There's nothing like getting the aura to know your day is over.
A certain way to ruin your day, and perhaps the following two or three as well.
Someone said, "I lost my wife suddenly, and overnight I was a single parent.
After seeing those awful holiday advertisements, I just want to hide for the next two years.
Psychosis," one person chimed in. Involuntary psychosis is terrible; I know.
The casual application of the term to describe someone who is merely furious or throwing a tantrum irritates me.
As the saying goes, "Nobody can understand the chronic decision fatigue and inescapable judgment when they see even the sligh