Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

You’re Not Alone in This

How I decided to choose life when my life was in turmoil.

Photo by Ron Smith on Unsplash

It was hard trying to come up with an introduction to this post. I didn’t want to write something thought out or perfectly written with big words and statistics. I wanted to bring awareness the best way I can without getting overly sad and angry.

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Kennedy Montecue

Kennedy Montecue

Mental and Women’s Health Blogger who occasionally writes about love and social media. Published Poet & Content Creator who edits articles for money :)

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