During invisible illness week, we are trying to raise awareness of our diseases or disorders. One of the hardest parts about having a friend with invisible illness is knowing what to say to them or how to help them. Luckily the people at Invisible Illness Week have provided a wide variety of wonderful tips for friends and family of sufferers. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to spontaneously get flowers (assuming it’s not a trigger for you…)?
How do your friends and family help you cope with your invisible illnesses?
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- girl-in-a-wheelchair answered: They exist at me and talk to me.
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- inspiringthoughtsintoaction answered: I know. some people don’t understand what I go through with headaches and migraines. It’s annoying sometimes.
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- itsalllikeclockwork answered: My best friend has taken me to the ER for some of my more serious migraine attacks. That’s really the best thing she’s been able to do for me
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- dy7lan answered: My family doesn’t acknowlege my existence. It’s my friends, well… a small handful of my friends that help by treating me normally.
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