Today’s tea is Bedtime Blend from Twinings of London.
Can we take a quick second to appreciate how cute my mug is? My best friend got it for me a few years ago. 309 more words
From Feeling To Forgetting
Living with an ’invisible disease’ is difficult enough without having to defend your day-to-day struggles.
Christine Miserandino’s blog provides the an awesome explanation of what it feel like to live with a sickness or disability. 8 more words
2 weeks, 2 days
At the beginning of this class’ section on disability studies, we created a list of a variety of disabilities that may or may not be recognized by society. 766 more words
Having an Invisible Disease isn’t always easy. Don’t get me wrong… I am thankful that my illness can’t be seen from the outside, however, people tend to think that it isn’t real if they can’t see it for themselves. 146 more words
3 weeks, 1 day
This photo perfectly demonstrates the vicious cycle that many autoimmune disease sufferers face.
I have had severe muscle tension for many years, but it has gotten much worse recently. 167 more words
I have asked myself this question many, many times… but there’s just no way to know for certain.
During Christmas break in my junior year of college, I came home to spend time with my family like I did every year. 374 more words
1 month, 1 week
Last Friday, I had a bad headache (not migraine) over my left eye. I took medicine and went to sleep still feeling bad. On Saturday, I began to feel much better. 316 more words