Any spoonie littles?

Forum rules
Please keep in mind that topics on the forum are for open and public discussion and forum conversation. These are not requests to PM the user, but, rather, to have an open dialogue on the site.

If any person is looking for friendship or one-to-one private messaging then they should be posting within the Looking for Friendship area.
User avatar
Posts: 4
Joined: 5 months ago
Role: Little girl

Re: Any spoonie littles?

Postby Beckettt » 5 months ago

I'm chronically ill too low spoon days are the worst I just curl up with a blanket, a stuffie, and watch the office

User avatar
Posts: 3
Joined: 4 months ago
Role: Sissy

Re: Any spoonie littles?

Postby sissybabyscarlet » 4 months ago

I have ptsd, major depressive disorder, and acute anxiety disorder with agoraphobia. :( Sometimes I wonder if it's appropriative of me to use spoon theory in regards to my illnesses but I am disabled because of them and have spent about 95% of the last year and a half in bed, in my bedroom because of it.

I hope it's okay that I use spoon theory to help relate to my illnesses. :/

But yea. Very few spoons in a long long time. :'(

Sent from my SM-N930P using Tapatalk

User avatar
littleryry supporty
Posts: 6
Joined: 6 months ago
Rank: * Site Supporter *
Role: Little

Re: Any spoonie littles?

Postby littleryry supporty » 4 months ago

Between chronic injuries, Lyme, and several compounding mental health issues, I always seem to be borrowing against tomorrow. Never heard of the spoon theory before, but it made so many things 'click' so to speak. Words I hadn't been able to find, and it's so relatable. I'm always up for friends.

User avatar
Posts: 3
Joined: 2 months ago
Role: Little boy

Re: Any spoonie littles?

Postby Jamsieskitty » 2 months ago

I'm a little and I have several chronic illnesses~! I"m definitely a spoonie. I use a cane and I decorate it with lots of stuff so I don't lose it or mix it up with other stuff. I don't know entirely what's wrong, but I know I have fibromyalgia and IBS and asthma for sure and then some other unexplained as of yet symptoms (like the walking issues)
I also have chronic mental health stuff but yay for finding other spoonie littles!

User avatar
Posts: 10
Joined: 4 months ago
Role: Little girl

Re: Any spoonie littles?

Postby littlegirl6715 » 2 months ago

Oh my gosh!! I saw this post and couldn't click on it fast enough! I'm a spoonie!! I use to be in a wheel chair but I've been doing so well since a new medication. I have Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, and Fibromyalgia. SPOONIE LITTLES!!!

Posts: 1
Joined: 1 month ago
Role: Ageplayer

Re: Any spoonie littles?

Postby brattyprincess8 » 4 week ago

Hi loves!
Also a Spoonie Little! I have Epilepsy, Bipolar, PCOS, RA & an undiagnosed Autoimmune Disorder. Glad we have each other for support now!

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

Return to “Mental & Physical Health Discussion”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 0 guests

Littlespace Online :