Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Starting a Fundraising Campaign Is More Intimidating Than You’d Think. And Embarrassing.

I’m so ashamed in admitting to the world that I can’t financially take care of my own mother during her illness

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I thought this would be easier. What began as a positive idea out of pure desperation to help Mom is now creeping into something

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Bee

I write about life, death.... and anything else I need to get off my chest. Personal Reveries; Addiction & Recovery Tales; Cancer Chronicles

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