Chronic Grace

Finding the Grace in a Life With Chronic Illness

This is terrific and should be required reading for every healthy human being.

Heart Sisters

by Carolyn Thomas   ♥  @HeartSisters

Have you had the experience of knowing something intuitively, but without realizing that the thing you know already has a name?  For example, have you ever found yourself limping along on the losing end of an argument, yet  only much later (when it was far too late!) you suddenly thought of just the perfectly witty retort that you should have come up with? 

There’s a name for that. The French call this l’esprit d’escalier’, literally “the wit of the staircase”.You’re welcome.

Similarly, I’ve been writing for some time about my niggling frustration over something else that I didn’t even realize had an actual name. 

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One thought on “‘Healthy Privilege’ – when you just can’t imagine being sick

  1. Thanks for reposting my “Healthy Privilege” essay here, Barbara!

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