Damned if you don’t.
Been well over 4 years since my diagnosis of Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis.
When I started taking advice from others, my life seemed like it went down hill fast. Idiots telling me, they cared for someone with MS & know everything. Telling me, that judging by my condition, I’d be dead in two years. Claiming their superior intellect of being an Avon sales women, justified their judgement.
Then half a dozen of my once close friends, started claiming they had PPMS out the blue & questioning everything to do with PiP & EESA. Which they now claim, for different reasons. When their’s absolutely nothing wrong with them. Convincing themselves that their lies are more genuine than my obvious, visual, factual problems & with medical records as evidence.
It’s got to a point, where I can’t speak to almost anyone without my bullshit radar being on full alert.
Since avoiding these idiots & deleting most folks from my life. They stalk me via Facebook & other social media. Trying to convince me they are genuine & I must have mental issues. They’re only trying to help.
I’m improving my circle & circumstances. It’s not going down to well, in their books. Yet from my side, it’s going very well!
To all those so called experts out there, leave people alone, to find their way of dealing with their problems. Stop thinking you are the judge & jury & get lost. Multiple Sclerosis is a pain, that gets on our nerves. Don’t add to the burden.
Terry is drinking baking soda in his coffee & planning to hose down his legs, after a stressful day. It helps ease the constant throbbing pain in my knees & ankles, from all the exercises I do.
Use it or lose it!