Beware Of Inner Hellth! 

Whether you have judged or not it’s a very powerful read. 

In the pic above not everyone will see the child reaching for the balloon, but she is there.. 

That’s how inner hellth (yes I spelled it with hell on purpose) issues work.  They’re silent killers.  We don’t scream or moan about them. We suffer silently.  

You see the handicap plaque and you scold him, because he walks not giving thought that his body is being eaten by his own immune system. He is being brave to walk 25 ft in agony, because he feels someone else who is worse needs the wheelchair..  

You tell the large man on the scooter he wouldn’t need it if he’d just get some exercise to learn later his weight is toxic fluid from Lupus and if he misses 3 dialsys treatments he dies! You don’t hear him say he wishes one day his pain could be less or less anxiety. You don’t see him go from being the successful provider to unable to support himself.  You don’t see him being told no for coverage, because he’s gonna die.   

Lupus starts at different levels for different people, but even with treatment still takes your life! 

 Didn’t  your mama ever tell you don’t judge a book by its cover? Or.. If ya can’t say something nice don’t say nothing at all!

So I’m going to be giving you a little bit of education right here and now and I asked each of you pass this on to your blogs to educate other people. Please leave my website as credit,  because it’s all part of my awareness campaign. I’ve also seen my work stolen and gotten on yahoo news! 

Did You Know? P.T.S.D (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) can happen to anyone experiencing prolonged or sudden intense stress.  P.T.S.D sufferers have shared they feel bad news is like a grenade being going off. Doctors say this is an imbalance of chemicals in the brain,  NOT something we can control at will.

More about it and other inner hellth issues in the weeks to come. 



No copy and paste allowed,  click forward or share please. Stealing my articles are forbidden as they are copywritten.



Family And Friends With The Illnesses Discussed.


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