Annabelle Georges, 37, said in a biography (Ilion Editions) that she has been suffering since March 20, 2020. Her friend.
This is a very strong testimony that Annabelle Georges has given in her book “Une vie de Covid sans fin” (Ilion Editions). It is also a horrible account in which she sneers at health professionals who did not listen to her and therefore did not treat her.
Her first symptoms, she noticed on March 20, 2020. She has not recovered to date. “I am definitely fighting the disease that has been going on for more than 16 months, but most of all, I want to help other patients in this health crisis.”
Annabelle is 38 years old. She was very athletic (basketball / volleyball) and in very good health. During the first four months of her illness, she thought she was “literally dying.” To put it mildly, I was medically mistreated. I was told that it was all in my head, that I was depressed and did not have a coward.
Then, one day, through research and reading, he found a doctor 6 hours away from his home, who listened to his patients, who saw with them what was wrong. “An Einstein of medicine,” she says. The doctor who received it diagnosed it after a test battery: it was a long coyote. Eventually it is taken care of.
A psychological catastrophe.
Annabelle does a real investigation into this strange disease, meets with experts, fights against the ideas received. And he saw that thousands and thousands of people all over the world are like him. People talk to them about depression. They are considered imaginary patients. They are not treated. It rebels against it.
Thanks to social networks, thanks to the press, thanks to associations, she makes connections between patients. She testifies for them. So that they can be recognized as patients and given the same rights as people with disabilities. That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there.
And then, Annabelle Georges decided to write her own book. The first book, very strong, says everything, even what is disturbing.
At the end of the book, a small dictionary containing testimonials from various scientific and journalistic sources and other “long-cured” patients. Annabelle recalls Charlie Chaplin’s words: “A day without laughter is a lost day.
Endless Coward’s Life, Annabelle 37 years old.
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