Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Navigating Crisis: Accepting A Loss Of Identity

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I won’t even say how I’ve lost a big chunk of my identity, and perhaps that speaks volumes to how devastating what I’ve lost the past few months. Of course, I’m not the only person that feels this way. Any person undergoing some major transition or loss in their lives, form losing their jobs to moving to another place to losing someone close to them feels, to some extent, that their identity was taken from…

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