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Local Focus: The Heart-Breaking Experiences Of Mothers With ME
Sunday 9 February 2020
From New Zealand newspaper The NZ Herald:
Local Focus: The heart-breaking experiences of mothers with ME
Holly Rinii lives in Kawerau with her partner and two children. The 35-year-old former operations manager is not able to work, due to a long term battle with chronic fatigue syndrome, also known as ME.
The condition is crippling, leaving her unable to perform the simplest of daily tasks. It's a far cry from what her life used to be like.
"Seventh form I had a huge workload. I was sports prefect, playing for five hockey teams, was captain of the first XI hockey team and played for number of other clubs," Rinii said.
"But I found myself falling in class a lot."
It wasn't long before Holly's health took a dramatic turn for the worse. She was formally diagnosed with ME.
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