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Confession: What Life Is Really Like When You Have An Invisible Disability
The content below was sourced from real posts on the Whisper app, the largest online community where people anonymously share real thoughts and feelings. Join the community to continue the conversation today. What you see isn't always what you get. Everyone has secrets and everyone has their own battles they are facing on a daily basis. For some, it's an illness that doesn't meet the eye. Living with an invisible disability sometimes means dealing with judgement from others who don't understand your illness because they cannot see it. These confessions show what life is like when you are suffering from an invisible illness. Let these confessions remind you that we are all carrying our own baggage, in one way or another. Be kind.

So tiring.

Having an invisible disability means people think I’m faking it to get attention. I'm so tired of being misunderstood like this.

You can't ever judge someone without knowing the facts..

People give me dirty looks when I use the store scooters because I look young and healthy. I hate having an invisible disability.


Dear senior citizen who criticized me for having an invisible disability, just because you can't see it doesn't mean it's not there.


Having an invisible disability is challenging. 
Sometimes even I forget it's there...

It can feel like the world is against you.

Sometimes having an invisible disability is harder than having one that's obvious. I feel like I always have to prove myself, and make people believe it's  there...

It's truly none of their business.

I'm so tired of having to explain my invisible disability to people who think I'm just making excuses.