Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

I Hate Cancelling Appointments, So I Wait Until the Last Minute

A glimpse at life with anxiety and OCD

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It’s 8:51 a.m. and I’m sitting in bed, staring at my phone. I have an appointment in less than 2 hours, but I can’t make it. I’ve known this since yesterday, yet I haven’t called the office.

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Missy Crystal

Missy Crystal

Working through my trauma one story at a time. Thanks for joining me on my journey.

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