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To My Husband, Whom I’ve Hurt Because of Being in Chronic Pain

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At first, I didn’t know how to start this. How do I apologize for something I have no control over? But that’s a cop-out. As much as I would love to believe that my disability gives me a pass for others to just deal with me no matter what I say or how I act.

It’s not. Bad days are bad days. But when bad days come and you’ve exhausted all your resources to figure out a way to make me feel comfortable, make me feel happy, yet my skin is just crawling with anxiety, it is not your fault.

It is not my fault. But it is my responsibility to let you know that. To let you know that it’s not your fault. That I’m sorry and I love you.

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