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It didn't help that we didn't take care of it right away.On the other hand, the puny amount of funding the NIH and CDC have put into this disease which affects millions of people in North America alone is really criminal.It could be a support group, a network of friends, or something else. And eventually morphed into a 3-headed monster we continue to live with today called FMS/CFS.HOW IT STARTEDAfter our wedding, my wife' mononucleosis (Epstein Bar Virus /EBV) didn't do the usual 6-weeks of fatigue and then back to normal life. My wife's case is complicated by another structural issue that leads to additional chronic pain, easily set off by simple things like walking around a grocery store, or a bad night's sleep. I'm going to assume you're considering entering a committed relationship with someone who you know has or just came down with CFS/FMS (Chronic Fatigue and Immune Dysfunction Syndrome/Fibromylagia Syndrome).You should also know that each person can manifest CFS/FMS in different levels of severity.So we don't guilt trip ourselves for being slow to take action on CFS/FMS.
Chronic pain (that's the FMS side) is really really really hard to deal with.
And living with someone who has chronic pain is also really hard.
But with all the reinforcement from #4, and a lot of help from God, I think we do #1-3 most of the time, which is pretty remarkable for any couple in my opinion.
I think that's why we're so happy together. But it's critical you have some sort of mechanism in place to reinforce that type of personal development, continuously.
We have a 4-year old son who brings us loads of joy. Obviously we're not angels -- that's ridiculous.