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How I Live 'With,' Not 'in' My Chronic Illnesses

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I live with a chronic illness. I live with two chronic illnesses, actually. I live with mal de debarquement syndrome (a rare disease that leaves you feeling in constant motion) and Meniere’s disease.

I live with my chronic illnesses, but I don’t live in my chronic illnesses. To live in means to permanently reside with something.

To live with means to accept or tolerate something. I make this differentiation between the two because while I may have two chronic illnesses, they do not have to consume my every day and my every thought.

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