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Thirty-Sixth Entry: Thyroid Literary Contest – Three Words of Encouragement

Post Published: 09 February 2012
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“PLEASE hang in there”

I have had a lot of turmoil & emotional pain in my life. After discovering I have Hashimoto’s, I now realize how amazing it was/is that I was/am even able to cope at all. Soon after diagnosis (and before treatment 3 yrs later), I started having soooooo many of the symptoms that can accompany it … really SEVERE ones. There have been times that I have wanted to give up.  I have many loved ones that know of my plight & have made me know that they care about keeping me around by saying “PLEASE hang in there”.  That keeps me pushing on even when I certainly do not feel like it!

By, Cynthia

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One Response to “Thirty-Sixth Entry: Thyroid Literary Contest – Three Words of Encouragement”

  1. Lolly says:

    Cynthia great words to encourage you to hang in there and hope that one day things will improve, may never be the same but you find a way of coping with it and changing your life to suite your illness..You got a vote from me.

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