posted on Apr, 29 2012 @ 03:33 PM
There seems to be a shortage in humankind of basic human kindness. Not the kind that is about me "look at how nice I am being nice to you", but the
kind that is about you, and what it is that you might need.
Often people who might be challenged with invisible illnesses have difficulty making friends and once made, if it turns out that your not going to
jump on the "Yay Them" train, well, they are gone.
Since being on ATS the very best friends I have are the ones who are invisibly ill, fragile people. I can't begin to describe how valuable they are
I am a fragile person, insecure, filled with grief and unresolved issues, I keep on keeping on and I am working on becoming whole. I have illness,
but hey, whatever, I am mending and that is all that matters. My friends give me courage and laughter to face the day.
I personally think that many if not most of ATS falls into this category, the fragile and ill, otherwise, they would be out there in the world instead
of here with us