Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

What Makes Life Unbearable

The raw reality and significance of being alive.

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I am extremely sensitive to the most benign thoughts and ideas. I fear permanence and being doomed to existence we do not have control over changing. Over time I have faced many scenarios I believed were set and hopeless, and it squeezed all the life and spirit out of my being, leaving me as a shell, neither alive nor dead.

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Aimee Sparrow

Aimee Sparrow

An explorer of the philosophy behind psychology and what we dream to inspire peace and solace from suffering. aimee.sparrowling@gmail.com

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