Friday, May 1, 2015

It's hard living with an invisible illness.

It's hard to explain to someone who has no idea of the daily struggles you face. Feeling pain, feeling unwell, feeling awful

on the 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

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Having dealt with fibromyalgia for 22 years, I totally agree that it is very, very hard to live with an "invisible" illness. Some days I can "fake it" and carry on as though I have nothing in the world to worry about. Other days I cannot even get out of bed. Of all my friends, only one understands what I am dealing with, and that is because she, too, suffers with fibromyalgia.