I've been feeling very defensive and on edge lately and I know those feelings don't serve me in my healing. It gave me the idea to write a blog post to process those feelings. I thought it would be a good post for Lymeology, because it speaks to the common Lyme experience.
Chronic Lyme disease is not recognized by conventional medicine, it is an invisible illness, and you have good days and bad days, so it's easy to understand why people don't know exactly how to react to someone with Lyme. This means we usually have our guard up just in case that reaction is a negative one.
Click below to read the post. I included areas in which we need to keep standing up for ourselves and, more importantly, what we need to learn to let go:
Why Lyme Disease Makes You Defensive + 5 Things to Let Go
What have you had to let go of in order to heal?
"Sometimes letting things go is an act of far greater power than defending or hanging on." - Eckhart Tolle
I'm Kerry and I was diagnosed with chronic Lyme disease in 2016. This is a positive space for those of us coping with Lyme disease and other invisible illnesses.