Invisible Disabilities : How Docs, Patients & Public Can Help — Invisibly Me

How patients, doctors & the public can help challenge stigma & make a difference in the lives of those with chronic invisible disabilities. The post… 15 more words

Invisible Disabilities : How Docs, Patients & Public Can Help — Invisibly Me

Author: Tina

This site is about invisible illnesses and the hidden suffering that they wreak on those who are burdened by them. I suffer greatly, but find writing and sharing ideas important. I use aromatherapy to relax and I enjoy crocheting, beading, painting and research. Being a country gal makes it tough to follow a diabetic diet during the winter months. During the summer, vegetables are plentiful, but during the winter they are scarce. I need advice and help on meal planning. I have a second blog, www.tinabrownsartblog.wordpress.com where I display my paintings. Not very good, but I sure enjoy painting them.

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