We wouldn’t wish migraines on anyone; it’s not exactly something you’d ask Father Christmas for! But every cloud has a silver lining and even though the condition itself is awful, it can also teach you important things about life and help you to see more positives in the world.
If you’ve suffered from a painful condition and received discrimination because of it then you are far more likely to be able to have empathy with others in a similar position thereby making you a kinder and more accepting person.
Looking beyond appearances
Not all illnesses are visible and learning that from first hand experience means you know not to judge a book by its cover. What’s on the outside doesn’t always show what’s on the inside, be that someone’s level of intelligence, someone’s issues, or someone’s personality.
You appreciate life more
You know to grab those pain free days and make the most of them whereas other people who’ve not had hardships can take life for granted. Only when you’ve seen the darker side of things can you really appreciate the light.
You know who your real friends are
They’ve stuck with you through thick and thin. And though not all of them may have stuck around, you know for sure that those who have really do love and support you.
It’s not easy to stay positive all the time but remember – what doesn’t kill us makes us stronger.
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