know that there is nothing wrong with “your best”, whatever that is. where ever you are in your relationship with your body is right for you. we all have good days and bad days. living with chronic illness or disability can make loving and accepting our bodies that much harder, but when those bad days happen, that love doesn’t vanish. it’s still there, i promise you.
give yourself a break. you are allowed to have bad days. you are entitled to them. no one can or should be expected to be happy sunshine and love all the time. frustrations exist, conditions make you feel like shit…it happens. it’s okay.
i don’t know what your situation is but i’m so sorry to hear you’re in such pain. living with any kind of chronic illness that makes you feel that way must be difficult enough, but i can tell that you’re mindful. you’re smart. you’re doing everything right. trust in yourself.
i know that can be hard, even from my experience - and my conditions are not persistently painful. hives and dermatitis are itchy burny and sometimes painful but mostly annoying, migraines come and go, anxiety disorders and clinical depression are mentally and physically exhausting but manageable with therapy.
but whenever i’m at my worst, i allow myself to feel everything i’m feeling and acknowledge it all. accept it. try not to be hard on myself and move past it at a pace that is natural and right. it’s a cycle.
be kind to yourself. you’re doing just fine, i promise you. <3