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How Do You Spread Awareness About A Health Condition?

How Do You Spread Awareness About A Health Condition?

My Rockin Disabled Life

Hi friends, my name is Sarah and I live with Spina Bifida, Hydrocephalus, migraines, and many other chronic conditions. My mission is to help you become the best version of yourself while living with a disability because although sometimes you may feel alone you are not!

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  1. Invisibly Me – Freelance writer & blogger at InvisiblyMe : Live a visible life, whatever your health >>> www.invisiblyme.com | www.facebook.com/invisiblymeblog | https://twitter.com/invisiblymeblog | https://www.instagram.com/invisiblymeblog

    Invisibly Me

    Really fab suggestions, Sarah! This is a great way to inspire and encourage people to speak up and make a difference, in whatever capacity they can. It doesn’t take a huge gesture to raise awareness, and the internet can make it much more convenient, too.

    I like how you’ve noted that some conditions can get a lot of attention (the first thing I thought, while not a chronic illness or disability per se, is breast cancer, as it gets a lot of media publicity, public fundraising campaigns and so on), while others are very underserved. Much of the public would never have even heard about the likes of trigeminal neuralgia. I’ve learned a heck of a lot about different conditions and the actual experience of them from bloggers like yourself. The impact of blogging and sharing our stories should never be underestimated.

    Caz xx

    1. My Rockin Disabled Life – Hi friends, my name is Sarah and I live with Spina Bifida, Hydrocephalus, migraines, and many other chronic conditions. My mission is to help you become the best version of yourself while living with a disability because although sometimes you may feel alone you are not!

      My Rockin Disabled Life

      Thank you I’m glad you enjoyed it! Yes, your right blogging should not be underestimated because I have learned a lot about different disabilities and chronic illnesses such as yours that I didn’t even know existed until I started my blog. Blogs should definitely get more recognition and we should stop talking about the same disabilities in the public because every chronic condition could use more awareness!

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