Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

We Need to Rethink How We Think About(And React to) Invisible Illness

Why are Physical Setbacks Taken More Seriously Than Mental Ones?

edited Dec 1, 2019

Photo by Alex Iby on Unsplash

Imagine you walk into the home of a friend or family member. She is bundled in blankets on the couch despite it being plenty warm, if not a little too warm. Her eyes are puffy. Her nose is red. A…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Gretchen Lee Bourquin

Gretchen Lee Bourquin

I’m a MN writer battling my demons & learning to celebrate angels. facebook.com/gretchenleewritermn/ twitter.com/gretchenlee instagram.com/gretchenleebourquin

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