Friday, October 18, 2013

Supporting People With Invisible Illnesses

It's hard to explain to someone who has no
idea of the daily struggles you face.
Feeling pain, feeling unwell, feeling awful
inside whilst looking perfectly fine on the outside.
Putting on a brave face for everyone.

Please share this on your status if you,
or someone close to you, has an invisible illness.
There are many forms - Chron's, PTSD, Anxiety,
Depression, Diabetes, Lupus, Fybromyalgia, MS,
ME, Arthritis, Cancer, Heart Disease,
Epilepsy, Autism, Alzheimers and the many
other types of invisible illness coped with daily.

Never Judge What You Don't Understand

5 comments:

bellmalichi said...

some days you just have to get up and say im just going to do the best I can, and try to check on someone who isn't feeling up to it,sometimes just a little offer to help,or just say something positive.

Anonymous said...

been there and done so many times

ANN GIBSON said...

yes it is hard every day i try my best and try to keep motivated but with my cronic illnesss its dam hard some times my heart goes out to any one who has a cronic ill ness

Anonymous said...

I am goin thru this now & have been for awhile. But I always pull myself thru these very hard difficult times.

Anonymous said...

If u r going thru this, please don't take " one more time"....it may be ur last....if he kills you!! Call now and get help!! Pray about it!! Get out before its too late!!