With rheumatoid arthritis Pain is one of the most notable things that goes with this disease. Sometimes it can be mild and sometimes it’s really bad. We have to try to adjust to whatever that degree of pain maybe at any given time. We deal with the fact there may or may not be relief for us during those times. We have flares that vary in lengths of time with degrees of pain and then there is the everyday pain we have to remind us that we have this disease.
With this comes our many emotions. The fact that we hurt so much and so often can leave us depressed or overwhelmed so we find ourselves crying. We maybe crying because we are depressed or we maybe crying because we are overwhelmed or for both reasons. Crying is what gives us relief from all of the built up frustration that we feel from this unpredictable life that this disease has put upon us. Crying is what washes away the mood that is holding us down. Crying is what clears our minds so we can think of better ways we can become stronger in our fight to win against this disease. So shedding those tears can be a good thing for us. Continue reading “RA – Dealing With Rheumatoid Arthritis Do – You Cry About The Pain And Hide Your Tears”