17 Jun

I read a statistic the other day, apparently 96% of illness is invisible. Did you you  just say , "What 96%?",  because that's what I said when I read it.  That means there's a lot of us walking around, it  must be the one of the most exclusive clubs in the world, since you can't tell who is a member.  The thing is you don't always want to reveal this to people, I mean you don't start off with that information when you first meet someone. "Hi, I'm Liberty, and I have an invisible illness", that kind of feels like that could clear a room quicker than a bad smell. So whether it's work, social setting or a first date, it's a dilemma. When do you reveal this information? Should you ever reveal it in some settings, and what are the repercussions? I never know what the reaction could be, and so I don't know whether to risk it or not, should I always tell? Answers on a post card to 'A very exclusive club' Liberty Jones, the world. I'd love to hear from you. 

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