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For example, he has Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and he is in a relationship with his girlfriend, is he worth her time?
As a bookworm and freelance writer one of the most devastating effects on my life has been my inability to concentrate." She adds that her short-term memory is "worse than your Nan's after a few brandies".
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a disease characterized by persistent, debilitating fatigue that is not improved by regular bed rest and lasts for six months or more.
disease_id=32&channel_id=1044&relation_id=26330I have a friend with chronic fatigue and in no way is she abusive to anyone, she just wants to sleep all the time.
I think he is just trying to find a way to blame his anger and abusiveness on someone else or something else rather than deal with the responsibility himself.
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No amount of sleep feels refreshing and on bad days I ache all over.
"I feel dizzy and light-headed, and struggle to even focus on watching TV.
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If you have ever been overly tired when you were ill, feeling that the life is sucked out of you, that is chronic fatigue, except you feel that way all of the time, never ever feel rested and as another poster noted, I have never heard meanness associated with people experiencing CFS.
PTSD or bipolar is another thing but sounds to me like he is using whatever condition he has to justify engaging in abusive behavior which of course he does not (in his mind) have to take responsibility for because it is a condition over which he has no control.