Thursday, May 28, 2009
Another "symptome" that CFS sufferers suffer is the isolation from friends and family. This disease is also called "invisible disease, which means the sufferers do not look sick (some of them do look sick though) and medical science also cannot define what exact the illness is. Thus the CFS patients are commonly pictured as "mentally ill", "mentally lazy", "negative personality", etc. Usually at beginning CFS sufferer would try very hard to be understood, but the more they try, the more they feel the misjudgement. And finally they would give up and stay alone.