By Norman R., Ruescher L.
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I have to be so careful about what I eat. People are always telling me to try just a little of this or that, one slip won’t hurt. They are so wrong. I don’t want to offend anybody, but I don’t want to make my disease the topic of conversation. Most of the time, I am too tired to entertain. And even when I am around people, I have nothing much to talk about. I don’t work. I don’t go out except to the doctor. I just don’t fit anymore. 19. Why do I feel so isolated? Epilepsy A neurological condition that sometimes produces brief disturbances (seizures) in the normal electrical functions of the brain.
I deserve that much. 13. If I’m never going to get better, why should I bother trying? For people who have suffered for years with a constellation of symptoms, a diagnosis, having a name for what is wrong, is something of a relief. For many, the initial relief quickly turns to despair. The illness model that most people know is one that fits acute illness. You get sick, you get treated, then you either recover or you die. The illness model for chronic illness is quite different. You get sick, you finally find out what is wrong, you get treated, and you stay sick but hopefully not as sick as you were without treatment.
I don’t want to offend anybody, but I don’t want to make my disease the topic of conversation. Most of the time, I am too tired to entertain. And even when I am around people, I have nothing much to talk about. I don’t work. I don’t go out except to the doctor. I just don’t fit anymore. 19. Why do I feel so isolated? Epilepsy A neurological condition that sometimes produces brief disturbances (seizures) in the normal electrical functions of the brain. Multiple sclerosis An autoimmune disease that affects the myelin sheath (covering) of the nerve pathways and disrupts communication to the muscles and other parts of the body.