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Peterborough City Hospital  IBD Patient Panel Sep 20
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Sabrina ☆彡Galaxie Sep 15
Dear Not all disabilities or illnesses look like the handicapped sign on those blue signs. I get pain nearly daily, I vomit my food easily due to stomach issues, I get bad distracting tingling parathesia, plus more! But you'd never know on outside exist
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Existential Toast Sep 19
I will never understand how people will say you are part of X community... But you can describe yourself the same way as other people in X community because of X reason.
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Lelena Sep 18
Replying to @LelenaPeacock
When will the oversimplified narrative about ^^ stop so we can all get a handle on & the growing causing harm to people with ? Will anyone actually get any help, or is this just about greed & massive, corporate profits?🧐
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Marcia (Mar c aa) 2h
That person who looks perfectly healthy to you, might just have an there are many! Some are horrific, yet you can’t tell. You never know, it could be you or someone you love!
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Crohn’s Life 9h
is a collection of hidden moments that nobody sees. Spasms, pain, urgent BMs, sleepless nights, social anxiety.
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⚫ Belle Prewer 21h
Someone just said that me and my dad don't look disabled. Well, dearie, you don't look like an ignorant shit. I guess appearances can be deceiving. If someone parks in a disabled bay, don't be a dick, give them time to get their badge out!
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Sam Sep 17
When you want another piercing but means frequent MRIs/CTs/procedures/etc=jewelry-free
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Ted Sep 12
A situation like this could change the life of someone with a stoma or a similar . Hot headed, power mad, decisions which could have incredible mental effects. The FACTS need to be learned before accusation like this is made. Not every disability is visible💜
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Lelena Sep 20
"Some folks wear blinders to keep the bad things out. Apparently, we're the bad things now." Profound words about that resonate & heal from Author, Narrator, Podcaster, Caregiver, Protector, & Michael Shriver.🙏💕
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Makena Metz 📝 Sep 16
and friends I’m getting my labs done today and my hematologist may start to decrease my medicine... or not. It’s a big deal since the dose hasn’t changed in 4 years. I’m nervous and trying to not get my hopes up. Hugs and gifs/memes please 😵💉💊💖
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Princess, The Tower Sep 13
“We ‘look fine’. So we must be fine. Having an is difficult because it cannot be seen. And what cannot be seen can be doubted…when people see my cane…they see . Without it, they see nothing about the level of I am in.”
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🦋TheMyalgiaFibroWarriorUK🦋 11h
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Dr. Linda Bluestein, M.D. Sep 18
“It’s All in Your Head”—Medicine’s Silent Epidemic!!!😮😮😮
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Suffolk User Forum Sep 20
It's Not A Choice- inspirational poem shared about mental health.
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Domenica Newell-Amato Sep 20
I’m looking for suggestions on what platform to use online for a private forum for those of us who work with a disability or illness. Obviously there is facebook platform but wondering if you all can suggest better?
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Cryssy Dee 6h
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🦋TheMyalgiaFibroWarriorUK🦋 Sep 17
🦋 Good Morning 🙋‍♀️ , My Poem about how, can effect ones thinking. can be affected and the impact could be devastating. This is my personal experience also.
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Holly Bertone, CNHP, PMP 2h
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Jacqui Childs #influencer #BESTSELLINGAUTHOR Sep 20
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