Chronic Invisible Illness

Want a place to go where others understand?

For young women:

For individuals with chronic headaches/migraines:

A blog from a woman diagnosed with an invisible chronic illness (the most recent post was “54 Ways You Respond to ‘You Look So Good!'”):

4 responses to this post.

  1. We invite you to come to our 5-day VIRTUAL conference for those living with illness for National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week. We have 20 speakers with 1 hours slots who will give 30 minute presentations LIVE via BlogTalkRadio (4 per day M-F) and then take caller”s questions.

    Visit to see our variety of expert speakers and topics on all aspects of living with illness, from housekeeping to relationships, college and careers and learning to cope more effectively with chronic illness and pain in your life.


  2. I just sent this post to a bunch of my friendsI sent this post to my colleaguesI sent this post to all my friends because I know they as I agree with most of what youre saying herebelieve in what you have said hereagree 100 percent with what you have written and the way youve presented it is awesomeyou have presented your opinions in a very professional manneryou have an excellent presentation.


  3. While we dont agree on everythingWe do not see eye to eye on everythingEven though we will not agree on everything in your post, I get a new perspective from your posts.,


  4. Posted by misswaxie on June 10, 2010 at 12:06 am

    hey thanks for the list!

    While it can be easy to sink into your illness and turn chronic illness into chronic unhappiness, I think these blogging communities not only give people hope, purpose, and community, but also a chance to take a step back and look at these conditions for what they are…a part of life, albeit an annoying one. (And don’t I know it, my illness has become the fodder for my photo-comic about life with chronic illness.

    Anyway, thanks again…now to go check those links out…

    – Miss Waxie


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