Has anyone else had issues with finding people who believe in you? Even family wise?
All through college, people kept asking me why? Why bother, you are just going to die or end up on SSI anyway? It took me 5 years, many hospitalizations, and I graduated with an AAS with High Distinction, found a full time job, work from home, WITH health insurance, and the only Congratulations I received was a "Well, you're persistant."
This has followed me throughout my entire life. Even from people who don't know me well enough to form an opinion.
I've started to do yoga. I HIGHLY recommend this to people with CF, Diabeties, and Fibromyalgia. I started in the intro series, then moved to one on one with an instructor, cuz I asked so many questions
My teacher "fought" to get me into an Advanced mediation workshop to help deal with stress, and I've gone to every class, except one due to my best/oldest friends getting married on that day (so sue me), but I was there the next week. I have been going to the Saturday class where the instructor's brother has CF, and this past Saturday, after I told her I would there, she seemed very surprised that I was there. And made the comment, "I just didn't expect to see you again."
I don't get it, When I questioned her, and reminded her that I had told I was going to be there, all she said, "I just didn't expect to see you."
Now, I admit, that the last class I was in my fibromyalgia was throwing a fit, but I stayed the entire hour and half doing what I could, and again, I told her I would see her that next Saturday.
Does anyone else have this issue? Trying to accomplish things and people just always doubting you? MAybe it's just me. I don't know. It needs to change though