Sometime I feel angry. How can I use my anger in a “positive” way?
Anger is also a normal part of ME/CFS. Many people find it helpful to communicate with their friends via text and social media and express how they are feeling, while others write ME/CFS advocacy letters and express their anger in a way that educates people. Everyone expresses their anger in different ways, so find the positive way that works best for you! For ideas, email email@example.com.
“Channel anger into positive actions… educate people, write advocacy letters… we may be sick, but we’re not unable to make a difference in the world even when we’re homebound.” –Lauren Jonik
“Anger is a normal part of ME/CFS… remember you aren’t mad at family or friends, you’re mad at ME/CFS… get out your favorite video game and pretend you are stomping out ME/CFS!” –Sandy Becker