i've been trying to read as much as i can about m.e to have a better understanding.i'm upset though to keep reading that there is a certain amount of social stigma with regards to this and that some people;including some medical proffessionals,actually think its all in the mind.every time i come across this,it has me in tears.i have'nt had to actually deal with this yet;just reading it is enough.i'm so sorry if any-one reading this has had to deal with this issue first hand.i just really wanted to know if this is commonplace and maybe the best way of dealing with it.is this some-thing that used to happen? x
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