I AM SO TIRED

I AM SO TIRED

I AM SO TIRED

I AM TIRED OF BEING BRAVE

I AM TIRED OF PRETENDING IM NOT SCARED

I AM TIRED OF TAKING A SHOWER AND LOSING EVERY OUNCE OF ENERGY I HAVE IN MY BODY

I AM TIRED OF DOING THE RIGHT THING AND IT STILL BITING ME IN THE ASS

I AM TIRED OF ALWAYS TRYING TO BE POSITIVE ALL THE TIME

I AM TIRED PRETENDING I DONT HATE YOU

I AM TIRED OF BEING ALONE IN MY BATTLES

I AM TIRED OF EVERYONES ADVICE LIKE THEY LIVE IN MY SHOES

I AM TIRED OF NEVER HAVING THE EXTRA FUNDS

I AM TIRED OF THE WHOLE I SEEM TO ALWAYS BE IN

I AM TIRED THAT I STILL CRY OVER THINGS THAT I HAVE NO CONTROL OVER

I AM TIRED OF BEING SAD

I AM TIRED OF WEIGHING IN ON THE SCALE

I AM TIRED OF TRYING TO LIVE MY LIFE AND BEING EXHAUSTED BY MY LIFE

I AM TIRED OF FEELING LIKE A BURDEN

I AM TIRED OF THE STRESS

Β I AM TIRED OF FEELING OVERWHELMED

I AM TIRED OF THE CHALLENGES OF THE SIMPLE TASKS

I AM TIRED OF THE LACK OF UNDERSTANDING

I AM TIRED OF FEELING LOST

I AM TIRED OF FEELING HURT

I AM TIRED OF REMEMBERING WHAT I USE TO DO

I AM TIRED OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

I AM TIRED OF EVERYTHING

I AM SO TIRED OF BEING TIRED

this moment will be gone and in the past soon enough but today I just didn’t feel like writing about a positive attitude I wasn’t feeling. Today at this moment this is what I was feeling.

12 thoughts on “I AM SO TIRED

  1. I so understand and relate. Allowing yourself a non-positive day every now and then is more than okay; I think it’s therapeutic. It means you’re human. Sometimes living with MS sucks and there’s no other way to describe it.

    Thanks for sharing this post with us. It shows us that we are not alone and I hope you know that neither are you. We are all stronger for it. Hang in there! ❀️

    1. I appreciate the support do much. I do love my family but I know that the people who fight daily really understand what my family can only empathize with. πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ’›πŸ’›β˜ΊοΈβ˜ΊοΈβ˜ΊοΈ

  2. I am with you today. I just came back from a week of travel to Seattle to see my son and his two daughters. And then I had to get up fairly early this morning and go to my MS self-help group. It’s amazing how travel can wear you out, even though you’re sitting the whole time!

    1. I plan downtime always after traveling. Anything especially changes in routine makes it more difficult to recoup. I hope you regain your strength as well. Xxβ˜ΊοΈβ˜ΊοΈπŸ’›πŸ’›

  3. You’ve put this so well. Some days this is all I feel – so tired of fighting an endless battle. A break, which does not exist, would be ever so welcome. All my best to you – you are not alone πŸ™‚ xx

  4. I really appreciate this post. I know exactly how you feel, and sometimes it feels so lonely when other people don’t understand what it’s like to have MS. For me at least, it’s still an invisible disease, which has its upsides, but also leaves me feeling even more misunderstood. Thanks for your honesty here, and for making those of us with MS feel less alone.

    1. And to me it’s comments like this that bring me solace. We aren’t alone. People try to empathize but they don’t truly understand. It’s nice to find a whole community of strangers that do. Thank you for your comment.

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