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"I'm not lazy. I'm a fighter." Education around chronic illnesses needs to improve. Few people really know the hardships and struggles that people suffering from chronic illnesses have to deal with.

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Boy have I heard some of this before! Take into consideration that you don't really know or understand what or how a person with fibromyalgia and/or chronic pain is going thru! What not to say to someone with chronic pain!

Invisible illness awareness

SEPT 4, ’14 HERE IS A U-TUBE I WOULD LIKE FOR YOU TO WATCH & MORE!!

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

I hate having invisible illnesses posted in Coping, Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS by fairy cake pixie, this post is so funny not funny.

“But You Don’t Look Sick!” - Understanding Invisible Illness

Victoria Abbott-Fleming, the founder of a web site called Burning Nights, shared with us the infographic below. Burning Nights is a charity based in the UK supporting sufferers of complex regiona…

***Chronic Pain, TMJD and Invisible Illnesses

MS Memes and more Multiple Sclerosis Information Published by Lynne Robinson Like This Page · 4 hrs · Life with MS is a new beginning of changes ♥ Stay Strong TY JC:)

Why are invisible illnesses invisible?

Why are invisible illnesses invisible

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.

Understanding invisible illnesses - such as lupus, rheumatoid-arthritis, fibromyalgia, etc. Invisible illnesses are very difficult to not only explain but to live with. Hopefully this image can help clarify what is happening beneath the outward smiles.

I hate it when people say, you look like you are feeling better when I am not. I am not "better". My chronic illnesses are my constant companions. Just because you don't see them doesn't mean they are gone.

"She doesn't fake being ill, she fakes being okay," GET THAT EVERYONE? It sucks, and it's so hard, but it's what we chronic lyme sufferers have to do.

(pronoun) people suffering from severe chronic intractable pain.__ another visit to the urgent care center, shaking in pain I was very tachycardic and dehydrated. Body:3 Mila:0 finally home after several hours spent there. Good times. Not.

(pronoun) people suffering from severe chronic intractable pain.__ another visit to the urgent care center, shaking in pain I was very tachycardic and dehydrated. finally home after several hours spent there.

P.O.T.S., E.D.S., Pineal Cyst/Tumor, I.S.T., Chronic Migraines, Endometriosis & Fibromyalgia

Why is she a strong girl? Because she walks around every day on the verge of tears, and you don't even have the slightest clue that she's not okay. Life with MS/Chronic Pain/Chronic Illness/BiPolar

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Constructive words don't just temporarily boost employees' morale; they create a long-term positive culture.

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