Invisible Illness


What-is-it-like-300x167What does invisible illness mean? Invisible Illness are disabilities that are not immediately seen. Illnesses like Multiple Sclerosis, Depression, COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary), APD (Auditory Processing Disorder) and many others are felt but not seen by outsiders. 

Living life with an invisible illness can be extremely frustrating because when something is not seen to the naked eye, people tend to think the condition is being made up and not a real problem. For all of us that battle with one of these invisible illnesses we know how much we feel it, so when anyone questions our illness it can be emotionally draining. I do  completely understand that a lot of people have not been well-educated as to what MS is and what it does to the body, so I do my best to explain it to those I have to be around like co-workers.  Honestly the only time explaining gets…

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  1. This is truly inspiring to me❤️ My 11 year old has lived with CPTSD for a number of years now. We don’t do a lot of going out during times where he is more symptomatic. I have worked as a special education teacher for about 17 years, side by side with students who have invisible disabilities. This is a topic that is dear to my heart. Thank you so much for sharing!

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    1. Thank you so much for your incredibly sweet comment. I am so glad this post was inspiring, that is truly my goal. I want to be able to help as many people as I possibly can. I am sure you are very helpful and wonderful with your son and he is lucky to have you! That is wonderful you work with special education children. They need those who are understanding and patient. I had 2 cousins that were in special ed, one has passed away and the other is still struggling. He has mental retardation amongst other issues. You have truly touched my heart, I can feel the love and kindness from your words. Take care of yourself and your sweet son!

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