A Picture

This is a picture of Severe ME.

This is a picture of unendurable  head-pain, yet still trying to find the peace within it to cope.

This is a picture of physical illness.

This is a picture of numb, cold  hands.

This is a picture of someone, who can go nowhere, do nothing, bear no noise or light, stand no touch, think no thoughts.

This is a picture of endurance, of pain upon pain, upon pain, going backwards 17 years going forward to infinity, throbbing in agony, pulsing with persecution.

This is a picture of isolation, of separation, of denial.

This is a picture of someone who receives no medical treatment.

This is a picture of someone for whom there is no hope of a cure; all the time millions of pounds are wasted on psychiatry to the neglect of biomedical truth.

This is a picture of someone who is misrepresented, misinterpreted, mistreated.

This is a picture of the hidden suffering of ME.

This is not a picture of someone with a mental health issue. 

This is a picture of someone seriously, neurologically ill.






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