This post was heartbreaking to read and is a perfect example of how much someone can be mistreated with an invisible illness. What a brave and courageous lady!
I have an invisible illness. That means that I, along with thousands of others, suffer in silence most of the time.
It means that able-bodied privilege is not only all around me but that I’m hyper aware of it as most of the world assumes I am just like them. I’ve learned to live with my invisible illness and work with it but recently I had an experience that was a slap in the face to myself and anyone who constantly hears ‘But you don’t look sick!’
I make efforts to not look…
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