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Remission ~ Healing ❤️‍🩹 #Fibromyalgia

Our question 🙋‍♀️ #Remission #Healing

Can we as an individual heal?

Our own understanding is through GOD all things are possible.

So if so then so we have ask are we healing ❤️‍🩹?

Or then so if not then are we in remission?

So we have been diagnosed yes we have the meds we are to be on and have been for almost a year now.

There are good days then not so good days?

We have a few days then we lay on the couch a few days?

It’s is hard to grasp only being diagnosed under a year and yet may have had this illness before not understanding or knowing until being diagnosed which ment almost on our death bed or so IT would seem.

Now we have some freedom some movement and capacity to live life.

Is this an illusion or are is this remission?

The medical community and various other information sources Google that say it’s not possible to heal or be cured.

So what is this that makes the experience so different and compelling that now is the time to ask?

Has anyone ever had this happen before?

Has anyone ever completely recovered?

Has anyone ever lived symptom free?

Our Christmas wish is for all who are suffering or I’ll to be well and healed in JESUS NAME we pray Amen 🙏

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Has anyone had (or know anything about) colon strictures?

I'd appreciate learning something about them from real people (vs. the scary medical information my search engine will likely give me..).I have #UlcerativeColitis + my annual #Colonoscopy next month. It will be a good time to see how well I'm actually doing, here in the grey area of

#Remission ...🤷🏻‍♀️

#ChronicIllness #ChronicPain #Anxiety #MentalHealth #CheckInWithMe #InflammatoryBowelDiseaseIBD #CrohnsDisease #IrritableBowelSyndromeIBS

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Two years in remission #Remission #lymphoma

I found out recently via scans that I have now passed the two year mark from being in remission from Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. I was first diagnosed back in 1992 and my diagnosis in 2018 was considered to be a relapse. On top of this I have a chronic heart condition and complex mental health problems.
When I'm really struggling with depression and anxiety I question the wisdom of having chemotherapy treatment. It's not as if I have a significant other, children or a multitude of friends. (My mental health acts as a fine deterrent). Excuse me for not being effervescent with joy.

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Does BiPolar disorder go through 'remission' periods? #BipolarDepression #BipolarDisorder #Remission #Mania

If the answer to this question is "yes," then might I digress. If this is true, my severe mania and depression are creeping their way back into my life. It's terrifying because I'm already a recovering addict as of May 15, 2017, *from my drug of choice: Opioids. It took a couple of years to go by before I felt balanced enough for the time. About 9 months ago, I accepted that there was definitely a profound change going on; 6 months ago, my loved ones accepted it, and as of a few weeks ago, my doctors officially noticed it. I am eager to hear your feedback. Thank you!

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What emotion surprised you most during remission?

I’ve been thinking about the complex emotions I have when I’m in remission. A few weeks ago, some #UlcerativeColitis symptoms came back for the first time in years, so I’ve gone from CONFIDENT🙌🏼 ---> GUILTY🙄 ---> ANXIOUS😬

If you’ve achieved #Remission , I’m curious which applies to you most: A, B, C or D? If you’ve had more than one “surprising” emotion when in remission, order them from most frequent.

P.S. Clinical remission is shown through testing like a colonoscopy or stool sample. Read more here themighty.com/2021/02/the-mightys-ulcerative-colitis-uc-cond...
#InflammatoryBowelDiseaseIBD #ChronicIllness #ChronicPain #CrohnsDisease #MentalHealth #Anxiety

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Too many minutes of calm #BipolarDisorder #calm #pandemic #Remission #Anxiety #time

Normally my minds a mess
Pick up whats useful, leave the rest
But lately I seem to resonate calm
The worlds in shambles, yet there's no alarm
Im bobbing, I'm floating, Im drifting away
But there is very little getting in my way
I'm working, im mom-ing, I’m wife-ing, I’m friend-ing
I can’t seem to process the world might be ending
I’m sure there a method to all of this order
But right now it seems we’ve back burned my bipolar disorder
Don’t get me wrong, I’m grateful for it
I’m glad to be functioning if that’s what you’d call it
It just seems like I’m numb to the things all around
I feel like things are laying in pieces on the ground
Yet here I am smiling, laughing, moving right along
Acting like a part of me didn’t just see something wrong
It’s an odd place to be peaceful in a pandemic
Waiting for the other shoe to drop at any minute
Just needing something real to pinch me for a minute
Need this coping mechanism to let me touch the fire for minute
Just need a minute.
Cause really that’s the problem.
Too many minutes
Too many minutes of calm

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