Many people suffer from a chronic illness, some visible and some not. As one who suffers from several chronic illnesses, I can honestly tell you it is difficult to be married to me. Some days are good, some are really good. Some days are bad…and others worse. You never know how you’re going to feel from day to day and sometimes hour to hour.
Being married to a person with a chronic illness is not much fun either. It’s really taking the “in sickness and health” vow to the extreme. I’m not trying to compare my chronic illnesses, which are minor in the grand scheme of things, to a spouse who has lived through ALS or Cancer with their husband or wife, but there are days I feel like my husband got the raw end of the deal.
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