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We've all heard these more than once, but it never hurts any less every time they're said.

11 Confessions of Living with Chronic Invisible Illnesses - like fibromyalgia, arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, adrenal fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, anxiety, depression, etc.

Understanding invisible illnesses - such as #lupus, #rheumatoidarthritis, #fibromyalgia, etc. Invisible illnesses are very difficult to not only explain but to live with. The frustrating comment "But you look so good" is heard all too often. Hopefully this image can help clarify what is happening beneath the outward smiles.

from 26 September till 2 October it is Invisable Illness Awareness week. Do you know who is ill around you? More

Fibromyalgia /Chronic Fatigue Syndrome /Chronic Migraines / Fibro SUCKS / Chronic Pain / Silent Sufferer / Invisible Illnesses / Pain Sufferers Truths

od Pins and Procrastination

Why are invisible illnesses invisible

Why are invisible illnesses invisible?

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Not Yet

Yes!!!! This over and over again. Thank goodness I have amazing friends and family.

Being young and sick is sorta like being elderly, except we lack the reflection on all the great times and great things we did long ago. Instead, we watch our peers make the memories and strides they'll look back on fondly, bitterly observing and praying for our chance. Our time.

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I hate having invisible illnesses

I hate having invisible illnesses posted in Coping, Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS by fairycakepixie

CHRONIC ILLNESS requires learning the balance between surrendering AND FIGHTING. And no one even knows you are in A BATTLE.