Below are links to a hand full of Forum threads that chronicle the successful journeys of Morgellons sufferers who are at different stages of recovery.
We hope that highlighting their stories will help newcomers gain some perspective and encouragement from those who are winning in their struggle with Morgellons.
We all owe a debt of gratitude to these brave souls for their persistence, determination, and their willingness to faithfully share their story despite the ups and downs of our horrific disease.
And with that, someday, I hope I can return some version of the strength I borrowed from you.
Today is a new day. I can look at the full moon once again without fear and hopelessness. I can kiss and hug my grandson and the people I love so dearly.
Thank you for being the wonderful person you have been to me. You are a selfless, kind, and giving man. Thank you for just being you!
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The Red Cardinal
Purging - "The Red Cardinal"
Purging - "The Red Cardinal" - One year update on protocol
The Red Cardinal - The Finish Line
The Red Cardinal - two year update
Welcome United Kingdon and all of Europe - Ruth's Journey
Here I was welcomed immediately. When I read the first response to my first post from Mary I cried. I had been so lonely and scared. My whole story is lower down on this thread and I kept posting each month how I was.
Because posting here and being on the calls was such an important part of my healing journey I've always wanted to have this thread visible to encourage others from UK and the rest of Europe to join me here as I truly believe it makes a huge difference in getting better.
Welcome United Kingdom and all of Europe
A New Warrior from MA.
A New Warrior from MA. (Ellen of Troy)
Hope for Others
Light at the End of the Tunnel
Bill M's Story
Living With This For a Few MonthsI'm not a person who looks back a lot. But, when I do in regards to Morgellons... I feel so utterly thankful and blessed. I have my life back and it's better than ever. To have gone from trying to figure it all out by myself, to finding this website, and learning all that I know, have learned and figuring out how to get them to work together...nothing short of a miracle!
Newbie HereWhat I take from this experience of disease is never be a victim of your circumstances , everything in life is a challenge. You can take charge of the most horrific circumstances and cope and manage and come out from it. A normal life is something I took for granted until I no longer had it, now everything I refuse to take for granted.
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