Chronically Grateful Day 8: Who Are You Mos Grateful For In Your Friend Support Group?

I have many friends who have continued to be amazingly supportive, understanding and loving toward me through everything I’ve gone through. (even as I tend to back out of plans pretty often due to my headaches.) ๐Ÿ’™ But today I’m giving a special shoutout to these two amazing people. They lay around with me when I feel too crappy to get up and go do stuff, they always offer to do things to help me, and find ways to make me smile when I can’t find the good. I can remember a number of times where I’ve called them crying because my head pain was so unbearable and they calm me down and reassure me that they’re there for me. They’ve seen me at my worst and at my best and stick around no matter what (even from miles and miles away some times) They are my two friends who even though they don’t truly understand what it feels like, they understand more than anyone else, which is something I’m so grateful for. you guys are awesome ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ˜Š 

3 thoughts on “Chronically Grateful Day 8: Who Are You Mos Grateful For In Your Friend Support Group?

  1. thespooniedieter says:

    Hello lovely. Saw you liked one of my posts on Instagram and thought I’d check your blog out! This post is lovely. I’m so glad you have such amazing support. Your friends sound fantastic and you’re very lucky! My only support is my boyfriend and he’s miles away from me too! So nice to see when others have the support and understanding they need and deserve! Lots of love xx (feel free to check my posts out – I have chronic head pain too that is still under investigation!)


    • maryp93 says:

      Thank you that means a lot! It’s great that we have this community of support with one another. How long have you had your head pain for?


      • thespooniedieter says:

        No problem! ๐Ÿ˜˜ I only started my blog a week ago and its surreal how much of a help it has been. With chronic pain and trying to diet too. It’s so good. My mum recalls that I used to get home from school with headaches quite frequently. But it started to morph into something unavoidable in 2012. Every year has gotten worse since that point. I’m not logged with my second hospital, under my second neurologist, and it looks like I’ll be seeing another too because I’m not pleased with the way this is going. There is an incredibly detailed post at the top of my page that details my whole headache journey. Feel free to look and ask anything if you want to x


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