The thing about invisible illness is that you feel so guilty for mentioning it bc everyone views it as complaining. There’s a difference between asserting your needs and complaining but a lot of people don’t see it that way. This has caused me to feel horrible for speaking up. Every time I mention a need I have or a pain I’m feeling I’m told to just deal with it and that’s messed up.
One of the hardest parts about being chronically ill is having to either explain to people in detail why you aren’t doing anything, haven’t done anything, and can’t do anything, or say nothing and let them think you’re some kind of terrible lazy bum enjoying a life of doing absolutely nothing. But chances are they will think that regardless so maybe I should just let them think only that instead of feeling pressured into sharing more information about myself than I actually want people to know.
<p><b>Someone:</b> so Ru in school or working?:)<p/><b>Me:</b> no not right now<p/><b>Someone:</b> what!! You're so lucky!!<p/><b>Me:</b> *suffers from extreme chronic pain that can prevent me from even leaving my bed. Has multiple mental illnesses and wants to die most days.*<p/><b>Me:</b> ha ya<p/></p>
The Second Angel, known as Lilith. It came from the moon that carried the Black Moon (the former became Earth’s satellite). Giant, or First, Impact was caused by the collision between the Moon and Earth.
The white giant crucified in Terminal Dogma. It bore life such as apes
and dolphins, and, as the final form, Lilin — that is, humankind. In addition, the liquid called LCL is Lilith’s body fluid.
Lilith had no soul. Moreover, its soul has been residing within a single body. Many copies of that body were made, but that is the reason why only one of them can exist at any given time.