Chronic Illness – The True Test of Love

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Chronic Illness – The True Test of Love My love life can be summed up in one phrase by the philosopher Seneca: “Fire tests gold, suffering tests brave men.” I didn’t do a lot of dating when I was younger. My first date was in college at 19-years-old. Most boys annoyed me. My first kiss was at 21-years-old. I…

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Invisible Illness Awareness Week

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Invisible Illness – What You Need to Know The Center for Disease Control estimates that around 117 million adults live with a chronic illness. Many of those illnesses are referred to as an invisible illness because they cannot be detected by the untrained eye… even then, it can be difficult to spot. Isolation Many patients live silently with their…

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