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Feeling tired and angry


I’m feeling so tired and angry today…exhausted at my illness and angry at myself and the whole world really. I feel like I battle on with my life and it really is a battle…I’m fighting for myself and my friends who also suffer daily.

If only one real piece of hope for change would just pop up…some research or a decent article in the media instead of constant misery and demonization. It’s like people are changing their attitudes to disability so fast. They read so much crap in the papers about scroungers and fraud and they are starting to lump us all in the same pot.

I’m also angry because I have worked so hard on this damned blog…I know it’s crap but I’ve tried…every single day…and there is barely a ‘like’ visable!

is anyone even bothering to look…I know no-one is bothering to share…pissed off! *I am allowed to swear here…it’s my fucking blog!


Written by carolecarrick

March 9, 2013 at 1:38 pm

Posted in Uncategorized

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