But You Don't Look Sick: An Open Letter About Life with an Invisible Illness
An open letter to those who believe people with an invisible illness are faking or lazy. It highlights the reality of living with an invisible illness. Life with chronic pain, mental illness and invisible illnesses
SEPT 4, ’14 HERE IS A U-TUBE I WOULD LIKE FOR YOU TO WATCH & MORE!!
Invisible illness awareness
Yes!!!! This over and over again. Thank goodness I have amazing friends and family.
Having invisible, chronic illness is hard enough. Being doubted, judged, or dismissed is overwhelming & heartbreaking :'(
from 26 September till 2 October it is Invisable Illness Awareness week. Do you know who is ill around you? More
11 Confessions of Living with Chronic Invisible Illnesses - like fibromyalgia, arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, adrenal fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, anxiety, depression, etc.
People still think I'm not sick because I look healthy and when I'm cranky they call me a bitch. I wish they could walk around with my pain and see how they act then - HW3118
Chronic Mom: Why no one cares about chronic illness, still
Felt relief for 3 days after getting a nerve block... I cried when I realized that I couldn't remember the last time I felt relief. Endometriosis and Poly cystic ovarian syndrome are no joke!
Do you downplay your symptoms to make others feel more comfortable, so you don't have to explain your illness, because they won't understand, because you will feel judged or for some other reason? Please share your thoughts. www.MollysFund.org #lupus #invisible Illness