Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Learning the Art of Self-Care

When your inner voice screams your unworthiness

I’ll never forget the look on Sarah’s face, the store manager at my local Lush store. I was a regular, often spending a small fortune on their indulgent products. I made, what I now realize, was a rather odd statement.

I told her that Lush products made me feel, for just a few moments, like I have value, like

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Matilda Fairholm

Matilda Fairholm

Writing to rescue others from the devastation of domestic abuse, and learning to live better. https://matildafairholm.medium.com/membership

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