Today, I am sharing my story of how having an invisible illness feels with Ginger and her inspiring series, In Her Shoes. As you may know, I endure Rheumatoid Arthritis, which is considered an “invisible illness”, the symptoms may not be evident to a bystander but they are felt every day by my family and I. It’s hard to write what I feel and the harsh, judgmental eyes I face. But I share my story on Ginger’s blog, in the hopes that I can encourage readers to not rush to judgment based on appearances and get to know the story behind the person. Head on over and see what it’s like to live with an invisible illness in my shoes.
Want to share your story? Head over to Ginger’s blog and check out her series and the other bloggers who have shared their story:
To read more encouraging stories, or if you are interested in sharing your own story, please go to the In Her Shoes tab near the top of the page. I love learning about the people in this series. Connecting with others seems to make the world feel not quite as big and scary. We’re all in this together. I can’t wait to hear from you, to read your stories, and learn more of what it is like to walk in your shoes. ~ Ginger