“It is incredible how strong she has been. I don’t think I would have coped with what Dee has experienced. She is my inspiration to keep on going and to support her on this journey.”
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“I continue to be confined to the house. Sitting or standing up for more than 2 minutes makes me very lightheaded, so I spend 23 hours each day lying down.”
“I repeatedly pushed myself to return to work. Every time I ended up off sick again. I was bewildered by a situation where the will to be well failed every time.”
“Positives are there but, in the depths of this dreadful disorder, sometimes they are very hard to see.”
“I suspect that the losses faced by many people with M.E. are in some ways uniquely different to almost every other patient group.”
This free download provides information to help in the understanding of Myalgic Encephalopathy.
We have extended the deadline for ME Awareness Week stories and want to know how you are coping with the coronavirus restrictions.
The MEA is backing a play about living with invisible illness which will be put on in one of London’s leading pub theatres during ME Awareness Week.
A MODEL has revealed how her life was left “unrecognisable” after being blighted by a cruel energy-sapping disease that took eight years to diagnose.
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Catherine Allen, 22, was initially told she was just tired like most teenagers until she was diagnosed