What I Learned About The Variety of Illnesses During #iiwk12

what-i-learned

By Kathryn Treat Sunday ended National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week.  I first posted Monday on National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week and included a link to this website  .  I have read all the blogs posted (70) as of this writing.  What I have learned is that I am far from being the only person […]

Neurocardiogenic Syncope, The Invisible Illness That Changed My Plans

Neurocardiogenic-Syncope

Jess explains how Neurocardiogenic Syncope, a rarely recognized illness, has changed her plans from what they once were. . . but why she believes there is hope through it all. Jess Meek I used to want to be a ballerina, dancing in the spotlight of a stage. Then I wanted to be a musician, playing […]

Labels of Love

fragile

Linda Elmore Teeple “Nana is fragile,” my three-year-old grandson Evan declared. “She’s old, like Panda.” Yes, it’s funny, and I take no offense, but our fourteen-year-old Labrador retriever is, in my opinion, far more fragile than me. Poor girl has lost most of her sight and hearing and her spindled legs spread-eagle when she walks. […]

Does Michaele Salahi’s admission of living with MS help or hinder awareness about invisible illness or multiple sclerosis?

Michaele Salahi

I am thrilled to announce that I recently had this blog post, “Does Michaele Salahi’s admission of living with MS help or hinder awareness about invisible illness or multiple sclerosis?” ran over at the Huffington Post. Please be sure to visit and leave a comment to help us increase awareness of invisible illness issues. Lisa […]