Do you always get this question from those around you “Why are you always sick”. It may come from your family, friends or co-workers or all of these . No matter how hard we try to get understanding, in some instances we are losing this battle. By that I mean, explaining what this disease does to us and how we have no control over it is something we should not have to explain or justify at any time in our lives. This only makes our struggle harder and our healing process tougher.
We are the ones that have the fight with rheumatoid arthritis and a fight it is. We are the ones that pain overtakes and leads down a path of uncertainty. Do you think we would change things if we could, of course we would. Pain, fatigue, feeling ill and fever is part of our daily lives. These facts are just touching the surface of what we face as there is so much more to this disease that can spoken about in a day. One day might be better than the other but for the most part, we experience at least some of the above symptoms daily. When we’re asked why are we always sick, checkout what’s in our lives, what it is we have to deal with. Continue reading “RA – I Have Rheumatoid Arthritis – Have You Ever Been Asked “Why Are You Always Sick” I Can’t Help It”