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
“But You Don’t Look Sick!” - Understanding Invisible Illness
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SEPT 4, ’14 HERE IS A U-TUBE I WOULD LIKE FOR YOU TO WATCH & MORE!!
Guess it comes with the territory. It's no longer new or shiny. "Friends" & "family" only want to hear positives. And if you don't have only positives then somehow that seems to negate your classiness to them. I can't imagine anyone having to do this alone. Actually, I can imagine it. It is what I've been doing. I just can't imagine WHY "friends" & "family" let someone do it on their own. Or let me. I'm done with the part-timers who expect rose colored lives. Bye.
15 Things Not to Say to Someone with a Chronic or Invisible Illness
Childhood #Trauma - What You Should Know, What You Can Do [#PTSD] Adverse childhood Experiences (ACEs) affect long term health and risk for chronic illness, mental illness and other invisible illnesses
Why you shouldn’t judge a disability by its visibility
We spent a section of this course discussing invisible disabilities and watched a video that showed the difficulties people with invisible disabilities face. It is important for people to keep an eye out for people and extend the same help to them as they would to people in a wheel chair.