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SclerodermaRF 9h
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Cara 2h
Replying to @SuperdrugHelp
Wow you really AREN'T interested in helping customers are you. "please message us, we'd like to look into this further" that's clear by the way you haven't done so, thanks for nothing.
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eddiehulme 10h
32 trips to Munich this year. 64 flights. 33rd started this morning. Cold n damp air-hard 2breath. Weather changing. Wrapped up. Inhalers in hand luggage. Emergency pack in case. Meds/scripts packed. around neck. Joys of travel
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BrainlessBlogger💙🧠 Oct 7
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Sarah Gareau, DrPH, MCHES Oct 7
Today started at work & ended with an abrupt fight for my son's IEP & Wed heart cath for my spouse.
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Katie Oct 8
Replying to @librariankqm
I'm not sure how to end this thread besides saying this is life with + . So try to be conscious of the fact that even when people look completely fine, active, engaged, they may still be struggling through a daily battle with their health 9/9
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Calem Smith 🏳️‍🌈🇭🇰🆘 12h
Replying to @kirafae
can also be extremely invisible. I've spent the entirety of my life without diagnosis till just recent, so I'm starting to understand what people mean by
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A_Typical_Psychiatrist Oct 12
It’s important to remember that a diagnosis is only a professional OPINION - not necessarily a FACT. Especially in something as important as an with in
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trudy wonder Oct 10
For someone with an , the decision when and if to "come out" can be a major life decision. Will stigma and judgment follow wherever I go?  shares firsthand advice re: how to navigate these waters in the workplace
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invisibledisabilityireland 11h
This is from the 13-19th October! This pic is a great visual for understanding what’s happening on the outside isn’t always the case on the inside. 80% of disabilities are invisible.
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CarlaK Oct 9
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Josh-BOO-a Oct 7
Statistically, it's likely that over 850 people at will be trying to enjoy the festivities while managing an . If you're one of them, you aren't alone. A guide to for the Invisibly Ill (and their friends)
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🦇 🎃 MJ 🎃 🦇 22h
Replying to @autchatmod
A1: the biggest issue I have is what I consider to be the catch-22 of . I am simultaneously considered "not enough to need help" and "autistic enough to be dismissed".
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Elizabeth brennan Oct 10
impacted by living with a progressive life threatening condition and campaigning for access to . Pls be kind you never know what people are dealing with
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🔕 Oct 8
I just got cussed out for NOT using a handicap parking spot in a crowded lot... Just can't win, can we?
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Lucinda Newcomb Oct 7
Replying to @AshleyJudd
Oh no. You still have that same headache?!? week starts October 13th...🤕
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Jane Davis Oct 13
I’ve also pledged support. If you are autistic or know anyone with or an please watch the video and make a pledge
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Anne Dixon Oct 6
Need to work out the best way to get tickets for tickets for on 26 Oct. Hate website as can't get full range of prices or find out disabled access
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Pamela Bateman-Lee BSc. (Hons) Psych Oct 7
Replying to @sainsburys
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CQM Learning Oct 9
So pleased to see this being rolled out in supermarkets
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