Fighting

Dystonia causes me a great deal of pain. The worst pain you have ever felt. Agony. But I pull through. It hurts, it hurts like hell (And that is a severe understatement). But I pull through. Why? Well, because giving up would be letting Dystonia win. And I am NOT prepared to let Dystonia win. If Dystonia Wins, I lose. And what happens when you lose? You pay the consequences. Maybe I’m wrong, maybe fighting back is only worsening my condition but its the only way I know how to defend myself from it so I will keep fighting. Like I say, I’m not prepared to let Dystonia win.

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