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The Things I Think About When Emerging From a Chronic Illness Flare

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While in the midst of a chronic illness flare-up, it feels like I am in a fog. It feels as if everything is hazy with a deep, dark film covering my world.

When I have a flare-up from any of the things that are “wrong” with me, it is often subtle, a sort of cumulative effect. I have a few days where I feel just not quite right.

I have many days of fatigue so bad I would rather drag around a bag full of bricks all day. There’s the nausea, the pain, the blurred vision, the mood swings and baseline anxiety, the all-encompassing depression and underlying fears.

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