A chronic illness will change the way you live life,
It can make you feel like you’ve been stabbed in every joint by a knife.
It can change how you view things, even your mindset,
You tend to feel like you’re forever trapped in a drowning net.
Your relationships will start to change,
Your life just feels like it has been rearranged.
A chronic illness can change a lot,
But don’t ever allow it to define who you are, no matter what baggage this illness has brought.
You are still you, just stronger,
This illness will not have a hold on you, not any longer. ♡
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i built a little wall around
a broken little heart I found
that’d fallen out upon the ground
to save it from the hurt
i patched the hurt and kissed the pain
i hugged away the guilt and shame
i helped to make it beat again
the once l’il broken heart
Reblog this to someone who may need to hear it today.
Let’s reach out to our friends who are hurting.
He took a little piece of him,
and placed it in my hand
I was hurting, sad, and broken,
and I couldn’t understand
Why he gave so selflessly,
and cared to share a part
Of him so free and graciously,
a portion of his heart