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Living a Life of Pain

Sometimes I use my wheelchair if I have to be on my feet and I probably appear disabled then. But if you see me out of the chair would you think me sick? Unless you see my RA stumble wobble hobble walk? Probably not. Don't judge unless you know someone.

Someone might think it's a "weak moment" for a chronic pain suffer, but reality is that those "Bad Days" are really the days we fight our strongest and hardest battle. Yes, we may be confined to our bed or home at those times, or may even shed some tears, but we fight with every bit of strength we have to get through it!

"You will find that people will always have opinions about your decisions. Don’t take it personally, it’s simply because they're not courageous enough to take action in their own lives. Be a leader in your life and pay no mind to those who lack the courage to do the same in theirs." - #stevemaraboli #quote

22 Quotes About True Wisdom

I need people who truly love me to accept and respect my convictions, even if it isn't easy.. Follow #cooliphone6case on instagram, facebook, google+, twitter, linkedin, tumblr, youtube

15 Things Not to Say to Someone with a Chronic or Invisible Illness

15 Things Not to Say to Someone with a Chronic or Invisible Illness by Susie Helford (April 29, 2014) * click to read all 15*