Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

I’m Not Scared of Death, But I Can’t Stop Asking This One Question

Jonathon Larson’s “Tik Tik Boom” has left me wondering

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I assumed the throbbing pain and loud clicking in my shoulder was a simple injury from a fall, but the physio suspects some underlying condition and insists I head straight to the emergency department.




We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Kelly Eden

Kelly Eden

Award-winning essayist, New Zealand rainforest dweller, owner of too many writing craft books. Become a word nerd too

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