Matching #wonderwoman pajamas for Emi and I!
Doctor’s office again. Everyone here is incompetent and infuriating fo real. LIKE FO REAL. I woke up to early and haven’t had nearly enough coffee to deal with this shit. I have now been waiting like 30 minutes for this lady to PRINT A PAGE.
Harry Freakin’ Potters
i love that barrowman’s response also distances him from the contestant
"hahahaha women do laundry right john? you with me, john?"
"don’t lump me in with you, you fucking martian”
This is what I’m talking about when I keep saying that men have to deny the endorsement. This guy wanted Barrowman’s tacit support or agreement for his sexism, as part of bonding through humour. John went nope.
YES. THE BOLD. CALL YOUR BOYS OUT. ^^^
Thank you so much, I really appreciate it!!
IS IT MY CANE OR ARE YOU JUST HAPPY TO SEE ME?
These last few months of pain and these last couple of weeks using the cane, since the pain has become constant have been… well… shitty. I mean, I’m in CONSTANT pain with no explanation so far and it just sucks.
Doctor’s offices tend to trigger my BDD and this specific event, definitely. I can’t stand or walk for too long (a few minutes) before the pain becomes too much. I’ve also gained some weight since I’ve been unable to run, (I miss running so much, ooh, and dancing!!) and the weight gain messes with my head for sure.
I’d been avoiding getting my cane in pictures, I’ve been avoiding getting pictures of myself in general, as much as possible. People keep telling me to smile… that I look down. Well, I’m new to this constant pain thing. I’m trying to find peace in the situation.
This is how I start. My first #selfie with my cane. I’m not sure how long I’ll be like this, I think I feel better and then it comes back. So first, I’m gonna upgrade this cane then I will try to stay positive, and I will fight my harmful thoughts.
Hi. Your post of you walking with a cane cropped up in my feed and I just had to message you! Stand proud! I have been walking with a stick for the last 5 years. The second half of my twenties has been ruined by chronic pain in my hip and leg and the doctors spent years trying to work out what was wrong. After fighting for so long I was finally sent for a test that showed that my femoral head had grown extra bone which had ground away all my cartilage in my joint causing micro fractures in my bone and osteoarthritis. After surgery to shave the bone and clean out the joint didn’t work I have finally (less than 2 weeks ago) had a hip replacement which once healed will restore my quality of life. My advice: keep fighting for answers, keep your chin up and invest in a completely badass stick to walk with!