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Ilmfest and Ehlers-Danlos

4 Thoughts on “Ilmfest and Ehlers-Danlos

  1. Hey, dude, I get it! I sprain my spine. Have you ever sprained your spine. IT IS AS FUN AS IT SOUNDS. 😀 I think I’m just meaner than you. 😀 No really, when I get given the third degree for seemingly ‘acting sick/disabled’, I have no qualms responding to people’s jerkish ignorance in way that makes it QUITE CLEAR that I am legit and they are ignant. And then I get distracted by shiny objects and forget all about it. 😀 People can be unkind. It’s human nature. I try not to take it personally, but I also try very hard not to let my sense of self rest in their hands. I know it’s easier said than done, but hey, like I said, I AM A STUBBORN GRUMP. 😀

    And if anyone picks on you or calls you crazy, tell me, and I shall give them THE WHAT FOR. *shakes fist at the world*

    Lovelove!
    Your Exotic EDS Sib

  2. Simeen on June 16, 2016 at 2:12 AM said:

    assalamualaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu, Subhanallah, I cannot imagine your pain, both physical and emotional. You’re so strong ma sha Allah. May Allah ta’ala fill you and your families’ lives with His best blessings in this world and the Hereafter.

  3. Aisha Hassan on July 11, 2016 at 1:29 AM said:

    Assalamu alaikum! I saw the video rather late; hope u enjoyed ur ilmfest. Ur story was really surprising to me I guess it’s a thing of culture. Am Nigerian and live in Nigeria and no way would we ever have second thots upon sighting someone in a wheel chair and walking shortly afterwards!! Infact we would view it as a sign of strength. But I guess it’s cultural and Nigeria being a developing country not everyone even gets to use a wheel chair. May Allah increase u in Sabr and grant u shifa. I love you for the sake of Allah. Aisha Hassan
    Kano Nigeria.

  4. Assalaamu alaykum. I love you! You are such a wonderful source of comfort.

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