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Invisible Illness Awareness Week takes place in October every year. How to be part of it: Have a browse, see which resources appeal to you, then share them on social media! (NB These resources don’t contain any faith-based content as they’re intended for a wider audience.)

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Personal Stories

A story of grief, acceptance, and hope. Written by a mother who is largely housebound by an invisible chronic illness. Published on The Mighty website.

 

My Letter to ME/CFS. A lighthearted – but honest and realistic – look at the impact of ME/CFS on family life. Good to share with friends who aren’t into long, detailed, heavy articles. Published on The Mighty website.

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