chronic lyme disease with a taste of nut
I’ve been more than quiet because so much is going on and it overwhelms me to write it all down for you. Meanwhile, Tara over at Will There Be Cake once again taps into my subconscious and says exactly what I need to hear and what is the hardest to hear at the same time. Who wants to hear you expect too much out of people? Who wants to hear, “Lyme is yours.”
But Tara has a magnificent and gifted way to feed you Truth, the Hard, with that spoonful of stevia that helps the supplements /antibiotics/whatever you take go down. Tara speaks freely and transparently and I admire the heck out of her.
Please read her blog post – both lymies and families and loved ones. Like many Tara-posts, this is another game-changer.
I hope to be back soon.
If you read anything on the internet these days, you probably recognized my title. We are almost force-fed Yolanda Foster’s Lyme journey as literally everyone shares literally everything she says. But these words, as written in her most recent blog post, stuck to me like all the fibers of the entire world do during these dry winter months. Her words came on the heels of her divorce announcement after almost five years of marriage. Both had me wondering, nay pleading along with Kayla, a cute-as-can-be girl I only know through Facebook, does anything survive Lyme?
So, this is a thing. It’s a human nature thing. I’ve come to learn it (kicking and screaming), and you probably have too. Lyme is literally loss. They should call it Loss Pathosis, Dispossession Disease, the Bereavement Bug, Forced Forfeiture Disease. Joseph Jemsek, an AIDS-specialist-turned-Lyme-specialist spoke to this phenomenon of Lyme torture when speaking…
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