Video Interview with Michelle Green about her experiences living with ME/CFS
Updated: Jun 5
12 May 2022
Michelle was diagnosed in 2017 after contracting a bad virus, while at the same time juggling a new career as a primary school teacher and navigating life as a single parent.
She experienced intense fatigue that worsened after any activity, headaches and anxiety attacks which were out of character for her. Despite ME challenges she is grateful for the things she does have – the peaceful surroundings where she lives, her son and the health she does have.
“For the people that have it [ME] ... I encourage you to find some kind of acceptance and peace. You don’t get anywhere fighting it”.