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A lot of people in good health wrongly compare their lives to that of a sick person and might think, “I also have bad days… am also in pain…am tired too… feel dizzy… but I still go to work, and I don’t see myself as ill.” They do not understand the severity of the illness or injury, and they do not even make an effort to open a book to read about the challenges of the person in question. Instead, they persist, “You must pull yourself together” no matter the consequences. But you have to remember that many sick people have been raised in the belief that you are only ill if you are in bed with a thermometer in the mouth.

— Jeanette Kildavaeld

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