When you live with any illness, getting through the day can be tough. Trying to get a diagnosis, dealing with a diagnosis, undergoing treatment and then learning to recover and adapt.
I’ve been living with my condition since 2010 and I’m a big advocate of keeping busy, keeping active and keeping my mind occupied. Despite this, there are times with a chronic disease, an invisible disease, an incurable and long-term disease including cancer, occasionally just doing nothing can be very productive in the long term!
Of course, sometimes you have little choice if you’re ill from your condition or something routine.
So now and then, I just breathe in and breathe out (then repeat). It’s very enjoyable!
Take a break if you need one.
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