Guest post by Kelly N.
It’s the most heartbreaking thing when you realize that you have no one…. zilch zero that will help you! All you are is a stranger in a strange land with no one hearing your plea. All the faces look around and stare at you like you have no face, no meaning.
You scream as loud as you can for your life…no one listens…no one cares. You’re surrounded by wolves on the attack. You know your final minutes are at hand. No one is available or coming to your rescue. Your pleads to God fall on deaf ears just like all the countless days of suffering have before. That little voice that echos in all us has realized that the hope it once held onto is long dead and gone. Such a dark, helpless and hopeless place. The sound of silence is the most frightening thing of all.
The most painful, knowing you suffered right underneath people’s noses and told plenty of them what you needed but they chose to turn their backs and give excuses instead of doing a thing to help. Very inhumane to not be valued enough to be helped. Too blah blah this or that to stop for 2 seconds and help your fellow human being. I’m not animal, I didn’t get myself in the position I’m trapped by a world that does not care to make room for persons who have intolerances for inhabitating it.
~ Kelly N.
So many human “canaries” relate to Kelly’s cries, so many cries go unheard.
People with MCS, ES, EHS, Lyme Disease, Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS, mold toxicity, and other disabling, invisible, environmentally linked illnesses are far too often ignored, neglected, abandoned, and maligned instead of helped. The suffering is immense, and so much harm could be prevented, if only people trusted each other instead of the Merchants of Doubt.
Please be kind. Extend a helping hand to someone who needs you. Because you can.