Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

The Emotional Truth of Traveling

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It had been a stressful day, and I was looking forward to a night of deep sleep. Wishful thinking! I had barely slept for an hour before finding myself drenched in sweat. I sat on the edge of my bed, breathless, trying to understand the emotions welled up inside me. That was my first and hopefully last anxiety attack. I knocked on the door of wonderful people at 2:30 AM They were kind enough to help me and sympathize. “It has…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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