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6 Truths About What My ‘Good Days’ With Chronic Illness Are Actually Like

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source: The Mighty

year: 2016

authors: Daisy B

summary/abstract:

Various people in my family have been using the term “good days” to describe how I get stuff done on a given day, versus understanding what I actually felt on that day.
1. My good days might not be considered someone else’s idea of good days.
2. If I’m having a good day, you’ll know by what I say, not what I do.
3. Good days are spent having good times with others.
4. Bad days are not lazy days.
5. You can remember the last time you had a good day.
6. Good days are not only defined by health.

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