The impact this disease can make on a life is drastic. It’s not just the physical aspect but the mental as well. There were days when I couldn’t figure out how I would make it through and there were days when I just didn’t want to have to endure any more. I worked very hard to find my smile every day. I had to because without a smile I knew I couldn’t face CSU another minute. I hope that you all find your smile today. A simple reminder that even though it seems hopeless at times there are still the little things in life meant to brighten even the darkest day.
Michelle Hind Not a truer word said Hun hope your ok today
Deborah Birks sums it up well
Kathy Schmitt I’m off most of my meds now and the CSU is under control. I don’t have that moon face anymore but I’m trying to lose all the weight I gained after a year of extreme steroid use. I just wish they would find something to help with the pressure urticaria. I can’t complain though. I’m in a much better place than I was a year ago.
Deborah Birks thats good, glad you have made progress
Janice Allred Very well said
Sue Elshire Hargrave YES! It’s just so true! I am smiling due to you!!!