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  • Monique Porter

    Rheumatoid Arthritis 10 Things to NOT say to Someone with a Chronic Illness. SERIOUSLY! I recently been diagnosed along with my other illnesses such as fibromyalgia, daily headache/migraines, bipolar etc. Over the Years have heard them all--sad so much lack of compassion/empathy. Also stages of each conditions and each person is different on how its handled, therefore, do not COMPARE!!!

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    10 things to NOT SAY to someone with a chronic illness, such as multiple sclerosis, MS

  • Savvy Tammy

    Top 10 things to NOT say to someone with a chronic illness #chronic pain #fibromyalgia #adenomyosis #endometriosis #lupus

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    10 Things to NOT say to Someone with a Chronic Illness - #freefromdisability #chronicpain #disabilities #eds #spoonies

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