September 16, 2010

30 Things About My Invisible Illness You May Not Know (for Invisible Illness Awareness Week)










Hello Lovies! 
I've been itching to write a post for "Invisible Illness week" ! Finally feeling up to the task after some rough days with Lupus! Now, first let me explain just what "Invisible Illness Week" is all about!
National Invisible Chronic Awareness week was created by Lisa Copen in 2002. She has chosen THIS year, 2010 for her "Each One Can Reach One" campaign. Which demonstrates how just one person can help another, its completely anonymous unless the "do-er" chooses not to be. The beauty of it is that complete strangers are making a difference in the lives of those living with chronic pain!

Of course I have to do my part! & blogging for Invisible Illness is just one of them! I want to share some things about my own invisible illness with you all. Knowledge is power lovies, and thats just one reason why we should all help spread it!

Take a peek at my own personal "30 Things About My Invisible Illness You May Not Know" featured on a post I've written for the Official Fight Like a Girl Club & don't forget to leave a comment, so I can know what you think about it!


Always Remember, we ARE stronger than our illness! Lupus will never win & you are NOT alone in your fight against it! <3

Find out more about National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week and the 5-day free virtual conference with 20 speakers Sept 14-18, 2009 at www.invisibleillness.com .


4 comments:

  1. Be bright and seen,
    And 'is', not 'been',
    So as to fly the flag
    To those that 'lag'.

    You sound and look like a 'bubbly' person.

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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  2. Pretty good post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I have really enjoyed reading your blog posts.

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  4. I also am struggling with SLE its a pain waking up and not feeling rested. Like if a truk ran over me. But we are not alone! At least among us we understand each other.

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