I simply said I would pull over so my husband could finish his injection of insulin because the Ding of his seatbelt being off was a horrible trigger to my already pounding MIGRAINE that had been going on for days. I had agreed to drive to Chicago to give my son some relief because he suffers the migraines as well. Not only did I get the Sun light trigger, but I got the seatbelt dinging, then my husband's yelling, and finally his accusations of not caring. I read that triggers are not our fault, but I get accusations from people that it's my fault I have the migraines and I shouldn't be saying what causes them.
I'm on a journey to identify the cause and effect. I want the pain to stop. I don't want to hurt anyone in the process, but I speak the truth, I always have and unfortunately I've hurt people along the way, especially those that I love dearly. I ask their forgiveness and I forgive them, but I must continue on my journey even without their forgiveness. Hoping for a cure.
1 Corinthians 13:4-5: “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs."
I will continue to be patient and kind, not envious, nor boastful, not proud, honorable, serving others, not easily angered, and keeping no record of wrongs. I pray that others will do the same.
I'm thankful I have this forum to vent and get the ideas out about topics the community can discuss and see if others have similar difficulties and how they handled them.
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