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Invisible Illnesses

I’m just going to share a few photos from the pages I follow on Facebook. There is so much more information that I share to the facebook page for this blog because it pops up in the news feed and I think that would be something good for someone else to know.

  
  
  
  
  
  
  

  
  
  


  

  
  
  
  

  
  

 I hope you found something in here that will help you understand Invisible Illnesses and what someone with an invisible illness goes through.

Photos compliments of Thyroid Support, Hypothyroid Mom, Fibro Colours, Lupus and Me, Lupus Chick and more…

Journey with me…mini2z

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7 Comments

  • Reply Sarah's Attic of Treasures

    All I can say is thank you for this. For posting so that I can share it all over as well. From someone who has Lupus, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue and Arthritis, We just hurt. All the time.
    And as glad as I am to see this I am so sorry as well i AM SORRY THAT YOU HAVE SOME OF THEM TO. …..Love you. Sarah

    2015-08-09 at 13:48
    • Reply mini2z

      Thank you Sarah, today is a not so great day

      2015-08-09 at 16:12
  • Reply Sarah's Attic of Treasures

    Reblogged this on Sarah's Attic Of Treasures and commented:
    From Mini 2z : Invisible Illnesses
    Please take a long look at these photos. This is what WE live with every single day of our lives. Some days are better than others. All days are hard. unbelievably hard. Pass this on so others can see and understand. Sarah

    2015-08-09 at 13:53
    • Reply mini2z

      Thank you for the re blog
      Love Kristin

      2015-08-09 at 16:12
  • Reply Monday Musings | mini2z

    […] you to Sarah for my first reblog of the Invisible Illness post […]

    2015-08-10 at 13:02
  • Reply CurvyLou

    So glad I came by to visit. This has educated me even more. Thank you, mini.

    2015-08-10 at 15:47
  • Reply CurvyLou

    Oops, his post before I was done. Meant to say that reading this fills me with pain for my sisters. I just… what can I do for them? Not much, but try to understand and be there for them, tell them “I believe you.”

    2015-08-10 at 15:51
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