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No one understands, no one, not even another migrainure. We may share symptoms or stories but no one knows the internal battle you are living with. These battles we face make us each our own person. It changes our life in so many ways. How we look at life or how we go about our days, everyone is different. These battles can make or break relationships, family or friend. These battles can make or break your soul, your lease on life, and how you live. My days are just getting exhausting. Who am I kidding, I have lived exhausted for years now, the only difference, hope. My hope is fading, my soul is getting tired, I find something each day to reach for. These days my reach is mostly for sleep, where my body can recharge for the next exhausting days. All I cab hope for is a better day

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  • Amanda Workman moderator
    2 years ago

    Hey sweetheart.
    You are correct to an extent. Pain is ultimately subjective meaning I cannot quantify your pain and you cannot quantify my pain. But this does not mean that we cannot be empathic towards one another. We can still understand what one another face and be supportive when each other need that additional lift to get through a tough time period.
    I can say without a doubt everybody here at migraine.com want the best for you and everyone trying to manage these migraines. We are also here for you. Sending you lots of strength and love.
    Amanda Workman (Moderator & Contributor)

  • DonnaFA moderator
    2 years ago

    Hi Migraine as usual!. I’m sending gentle hugs. It’s true that each of us is uniquely acquainted with our own pain. We may not understand the exact experience of our friends in the community, but we share an understanding that we suffer and are often not understood outside of it, in the “real” world. I understand the fatigue and the sinking feeling. Keep reaching, there is always something worth seeking out. Please know we’re here for you, and we’re all glad that you are here for us as well. -Warmly, Donna (Migraine.com team)

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