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Cave_dwelling_zebra Nov 29
Replying to @KatyMJo1
I really needed that right now, thank you
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Jenny Nov 26
Chronic fatigue is the worst. Had a great schedule planned so I could get4drawings finished this week& start work on my online presence. So far I have spent95%of my time asleep.I'd be happy if they just found a cure for the fatigue nvm MS
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Uncomfortable Revolution® Nov 29
"It's hard to validate myself when I feel stuck between able and disabled." Erika England via
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Access Rating Nov 23
Thank you Lucy for all your support volunteering for us over the last few months! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻💜
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The Uncivil Service Nov 22
I didn't know what was wrong with me till my 40s!
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Daisy Chapman-Chamberlain Nov 25
Listening in to & learning about from Eloise Yard. Greater inclusion for all people within , in employment and use, is crucial for the future of the industry and equal opportunities for all.
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Laura Beattie Nov 25
Thank you so much Emma - - for letting me be a part of your incredible series! I am so grateful and absolutely loved speaking to you 💛
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Fullcyclem 1h
I want to show what I can do, not dwell on what I can't
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nicola whitehill Nov 23
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Rachel Barcellona ♠💜 Nov 28
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PETITE URS Nov 26
is a blessing and a curse. I most often have the option to hide or disclose my .
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𝙴𝚖𝚖𝚊 Nov 25
Looking somewhat human; thank the lord for makeup 🙌❤️🤣
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Cure Headaches Nov 25
Do you suffer from chronic, debilitating headaches? The American Migraine Foundation provides a guide for applying for disability.
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autoimmunityconnects Nov 26
Harsh Kohli was 11 when he was diagnosed with . Harsh shares his journey as a son, husband & a father whose son also has it.
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Hannah Millington Nov 26
In the UK, 1 in 5 are disabled and 80% of these people have an . I wrote this long-form piece exploring how best we can make their individual needs, visible at work.
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EpiView - Epilepsy Seizure Monitoring Nov 23
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Menieres Resources Nov 24
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🔆 Sunny ✌️❤️🥄 Nov 22
misunderstood ≠ invalidated
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Verity Normington Nov 26
While Im lucky enough to have more good days than bad, my bad days can mean I dont leave the house Having an or an can be a challenge but articles like this from helps with awareness
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traumaland Nov 27
The “upside” and “downside” of invisible disability are the same: we very often “pass” as abled until the curtains close and we take to our beds.
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