I have been chronically ill since I was a little girl. And even though I had my challenges as a child living with chronic illness, I was still able to engage in activities with my peers and live a somewhat “normal” life.
I went to birthday parties, sleepovers, trips and did plenty of things, except when I had active infections, or asthma attacks or had to have procedures done.
As time went on, I managed my conditions and life was fine. When I was diagnosed with endometriosis in my 20s, it was the first chronic illness that surely put pause in my life and made me alter how I did things and engaged with friends and family.Read more on themighty.com