The Hardest Thing About Being Undiagnosed is Being Subject To Doubt & Disbelief [VIDEO]

Hi everyone,

I’ve decided to speak about my biggest insecurity and hardest challenge I’ve faced while being undiagnosed and that is being doubted by others – medical professionals, strangers and even close friends and family. Watch my emotional video as I talk about my experiences.¬†

2 thoughts on “The Hardest Thing About Being Undiagnosed is Being Subject To Doubt & Disbelief [VIDEO]

  1. edsmycoping says:

    I’m so sorry for your suffering. I completely get the desire for diagnosis. I cried when it happened to me. Finally! Explanation. Well the disbelievers that you want to shove the paper down their throat? They won’t or don’t care and is a waste of time to explain. They now avoid you because they’ll be embarrassed by their doubt. Time to find supportive people who have the same diagnosis or suffer from one of the many hidden illnesses. It’s new friendships and understanding. I lost a friend from 4th grade and I’m 56, lost her when the election caused my great of losing the help I do have and she’s in favor if or horrible careless and care LESS President of US.
    X’s and O’s
    I hope for your diagnosis.
    I still have doubters in Medical field towards the pain and agony of my disorder. They do not bother with the newest data as that would prove them ignorant and if doing me harm. Fear of lawsuits govern apologies.
    Alicia

    • abutler2295@gmail.com says:

      You are SO right. Thank you for your words of wisdom and encouragement, they were much needed for me today. xo

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