The world of invisible disabilities is damn hard place to live in.
Aside from being fraught with all the usual problems people with visible disabilities face, we have added issues that often centre on a lack of understanding and societal disbelief towards illness that can’t be seen.
I’d just rushed into the lift with a heavy sigh. Yes! (I wanted to do a fist-pump). No climbing three flights of stairs, otherwise known as Mount Kilimanjaro if like me you live with a painful chronic condition like fibromyalgia. 86677
You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough. – Mae West
“Are you alright Alisha?” I heard the voice in the distance ask.
After what seemed like a long few seconds I was able to lift my bopping head and respond.
“I am ok thanks, I just need to let it pass, it will pass” I said. Really trying to reassure myself.
Fibromyalgia was doing