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You Did Not Suddenly Become Lazy, and Other Truths for Anyone Struggling

Isolation survival skills I’ve learned from a lifetime of mental illness

The start of my task list. Credit: Henry Andrews

Several years ago, Christine Miserandino, who has lupus, was trying to explain to a friend what it’s like to have a chronic illness. The two were sitting in a cafe, so Miserandino gathered up 11 spoons from other tables…

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