“You have to get over it”, “learn how to live”. The stigma i suffered in my life is strong, and it comes from the people more close to me. I have a diagnosis and i’m disabled, but people keep thinking, i’m just a lazy person that don’t know how to talk to people.
My illness is invisible, but at the same time is not, the impact i had physically is horrible. Is not “just inside my head”, my mental illness give me: back, shoulder, neck, legs, knees constant pain, urinary problems, belly problems, I can’t coordinate my legs so sometimes even walking is difficult, i go crash against furniture a lot and i’m full of bruises. Also acne, nausea and headache.
My immune systemn is bad and i’m always sick, i’m sick right now, i catched a cold immediately after the air had started to be chilly.
This is the result of my illness and the meds i take for it, I have bipolar mixed type, i’m “meds resistant”, i have anxiety, panick attack, suicide thoughts, social phobia, dyscalculia and binge eating.
But if i talk about it i’m an “attention sicker” everytime i write some comments on Twitter there someone that write to me “you have a list of your illnesses in your bio, you are an attention sicker”, you know what? My twitter profile is about my blog, and my blog is about my mental illness, so what i have to put in the bio? The list of my favorite foods? I don’t understand.
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