My courage is visible. My invisible disabilities are not. When you see me, you can’t tell I’m disabled. Here’s what I want you to know about my life with invisible disabilities. This is my sixth time participating in Invisible Disabilities Awareness Week.
Learning About Invisible Disabilities with Carrie at MySeveralWorlds.com
Learn more about how patients live with Invisible Disabilities and why we need more awareness.
Happy International Day of Persons with Disabilities in Taiwan! I’ve seen zero coverage in Taiwan and I hope this post raises some awareness for the disabled community in Taiwan.
BELIEVE US: Invisible Illness Awareness Week 2019 – How to show compassion when someone says they are disabled or have an invisible illness.
Invisible in Taiwan: Living in Taipei with Chronic Illness – What it’s like to live in Taipei and New Taipei with chronic illness and mobility challenges.
This post is for everyone who suffers from invisible illness and chronic illness – Here are 70 facts about Ankylosing Spondylitis that affect me. 2015-2020
Fibromyalgia in Taiwan – What You Need To Know – If you’ve landed on this page, you’re likely here in Taiwan and have just realized that there is the disturbing lack of information about fibromyalgia in Taiwan. This resource guide for fibro patients offers some helpful advice that you won’t hear from your doctor.
First of all, the fact that I got so much blogging in this year is wonderful beyond words. When I first started blogging in 2007, I used to blog every day! Showcasing my top lucky seven posts from My Several Worlds in 2020 is a fun way to end the year. Read on to learn about my top favorite posts from 2020.
Living Abroad with a Chronic Illness Resource Page (Updated October 2020 – Original post March 2016 ) If you have landed on this page, you are probably here because you’ve either read about my travels or life abroad as an expat. Maybe you’re interested in learning how I live my life abroad with chronic illness […]
My Ankylosing Spondylitis Story by Carrie Kellenberger – Over 10 years of pain, fatigue, and symptoms before I got my Ankylosing Spondylitis diagnosis.