Drop Measuring

 with an invisible illness you have to stop comparing yourself  with healthy people 


2 thoughts on “Drop Measuring”

  1. Thank you so much for writing this blog. I have been going through a really difficult time with my POTS and coming across this has made me feel more hopeful and less alone. Thank you particularly for the above picture – I compare myself to other people all the time even though I know I shouldn’t. I hope you don’t mind but I have printed this out and stuck it to my fridge as a daily reminder. Thank you for making my day better 🙂

    1. Thank you Annie for your kind words and I’m so glad you use the image for inspiration. You made my day better 🙂 And you have inspired me to get back to writing on this block, which I honestly couldn’t pull myself to do for a long time. I hope your POTS has become more manageable and that you can have a good life. Your are not alone. I know just what you go through and be proud of yourself for what you do. It takes strength to live with POTS, so stay strong and I’m sending some mental energy your way 🙂

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