Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

How Less Is More…

And Why More Isn’t Always Better.

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A few months ago, I was a mess. It felt like my axis had fallen off somewhere. My world had turned upside down. It wasn’t the first time, and it wouldn’t be the last. But this time seemed different.

I felt like I had essentially resigned myself to misery. Worse yet, my family was paying the consequences for my actions. My misery was like a dense fog I…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Robin Klammer

Robin Klammer

PROUD CDN. Humorist, Royally FBTA. Owner/Editor of Ain't Yo' Mama's Tea Party. Garden of Neuro sister & Queen of Snark! 👑

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