Need a giggle? Who doesn’t these days. These chronic pain memes might make you laugh at the relatability that so many of us share who have some form of chronic illness, pain or immune deficiency. Or maybe you you’ll see a friend or loved one in these chronic pain memes. Sometimes an image really can replace 1000 words of explanation.
Think you’re alone in your bad hair days, days where you just need a nap, and days where you just need a reset? Think again. It would seem that people from all over the world are more sick than ever, and American in particular seem to have a knack lately for immune, cardiovascular and other complex health issues. These chronic conditions are hard to describe to people who seemingly got lucky with the gene pool.
When words are not enough and you’ve been trying to share what you’re going through until you’re blue in the face, just sit back, grab an herbal tea and proceed.
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Memes That People With Chronic Pain or Illness Will Understand
As if You Need a Reminder of Their Reactions?
I personally think one of the hardest things about living with long-term pain or a condition that disrupts so many aspects of your life is that it can be hard to feel understood. Eventually, we just get so hardened and stop explaining but sometimes we had one of those days and the comments or indifference from others just add another hardship on top of our struggles to feel better.
One of the reasons I turned holistic was due to the complete and utter despair I felt leaving or going to doctors offices, and how much better I began to feel trying to heal through holistic practices. Research shows more emphasis on holistic care could help people with chronic health issues experience better outcomes.
Chronic pain memes help to cut through some of this. Chronic pain memes are my go-to when dealing with empathetically challenged folks.
I hope you felt understood after viewing these memes about chronic pain. Living with chronic pain memes aren’t for the faint of heart, although we may need a rest after laughing too hard or exerting with a giggle.
Now that I am on the other side of chronic pain at least with endometriosis I have a whole new appreciation for some of what some folks are going through with other forms of chronic pain. Pay it forward. Hug a friend today.
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Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional and the suggestions in this article are not medical health advice. Consult your physician for medical advice.