Tip of the Day

If you're able, it often helps to tell someone sympathetic just how frightened, ill, angry or sad you are feeling during a relapse. Talking through your feelings, even for a few minutes at a time, may well reduce any sense of despair or isolation. If you can't talk you may be able to write, e-mail, or join CFS/FM chat rooms which can all accomplish the same thing. Even if you've no one to send it to, you can still write down how you are feeling and keep it to re-read at a later date or hrow it away when the moment has passed. (Source: InterAction, The magazine of Action for M.E. January 2003.)

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