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What to say

Things you shouldn’t say to someone with a chronic illness:

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What you might say to someone with a chronic illness:

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I love this song. ❤

When I first heard this song I has a really difficult time dealing with my illness. I know I will never have the strength to handle my illness on my own. God will always be bigger than the struggle I am facing.

You say: “It’s impossible ” God says: All things are possible

You say: ” I am too tired ” God says: I will give you rest.

You say: ” I can’t go on” God says: My grace is sufficient

You say: ” I can’t do it” God says: You can do all things

You say: ” I am not able” God says: I am able

You say:” It’s not worth it” God says: It will be worth it

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Having an invisible illness

Having an Invisible Illness

Everything about having a invisible illness is hard. rsasdas

Just because you cant see someone’s else illness doesn’t lessen the how sick they are, or how much pain they are in.

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Invisible Illness Awareness Week

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Living with an invisible illness

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When my symptoms are at there worst and I am feeling horrible, I sometimes forget that most of the time my illness isn’t noticeable. I feel horrible so isn’t it noticeable how sick I am? How much pain I am in? How terrible I am feeling?

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Usually when I tell people how sick I have been they are usually shocked because ‘I don’t look sick.’

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Its real – invisible illness

Invisible illness week

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Some days I don’t want people to see me as courageous or a fighter. I just want someone to say ‘I know life is really hard right now. I am here if you need to talk.’ – unknown

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Illness

Sometimes, I get afraid it has defined me, that sense of grief, loss and illness. But actually, it is about allowing myself to take hold and say: ‘This is part of who I am, but not only who I am.’ Sam Taylor-Wood