I'm so sorry. Families can be a real pain (pardon the pun!)
Big Hugs to you,
So sorry about the arguement with your sister. Just try to get it off of your mind and let it go. These things seem to blow over after awhile. You need to relax your mind and take it easy, so you don't end up in a long flare!
Sometimes it is hard to get family to understand how we feel. I know some of my family doesn't understand my Fibro and I get stressed if I have to miss out on something, but it all blows over and another day begins.
I hope you get to feeling better soon!
Never regret something that made you smile!
Fibromyalgia*Osteoarthritis on Spine*SleepApnea
Menopause*RLS*Spurs on Spine*Allergy/Sinus
My sister and I have never got on the greatest. She has always tried to control my life, and for years, I have let her. But now I am an adult, and I have a family of my own, and she still tries to control me. She says that her life and finances and the way she raises her children and so on are her business, but she seems to think that my life should be her business too. I don't understand that. My grandma, one of the greatest people I know, told her she needs to quit being so controlling of me, but she didn't want to listen to her. My sister doesn't really like to listen to anyone. She wants everyone to listen to her, though. But, whatever. Anyways. I know this whole thing will blow over eventually, but I am not going to let her control my life anymore. Even though the fight made me feel terrible, I still felt good about myself because I had finally stood up to her.
I am just going to ignore her for a while and let her cool down...which tends to take a while. I am not going to apologize for not coming to the party because I had the right reasons, but I may apologize for some of the things I said to her. Even if some of them were true.
Thanks everyone for the advice. I always feel like you all are my best friends, even though I don't really know you all that well. We all have at least one thing in common, and that is fibro. So, thank you.