Patients Chronic pain
"But you don't look sick"... what is your experience living with chronic pain?
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How are you doing today?
How many times do you hear "But you don't look sick"? Many struggle to comprehend that people may suffer from invisible illnesses. At Carenity, many people are live with conditions that have "invisible" symptoms.
What about you? Have you experienced these types of comments? Do people understand your situation? Do you tell your coworkers, friends? How do you make it through the day living in pain that people don't understand?
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Lizzi from the Carenity team
Yes of course people do say that it makes me really sad sometimes that I have to explain my self to people that I have a chronic pain disorder on the inside or like I have a handicap parking thing and people say I'm abusing it but I'm not cause it's so difficult to walk just a short distance if those people only knew my struggles
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