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What Disability Pride Means When You Have an Invisible Disability

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July is Disability Pride Month, and all month long, many people with physical disabilities get the spotlight. If you live with a disability, your social media feeds may be flooded with people posing with their mobility aids and showing off their surgical scars.

But when your disability is invisible, it may feel difficult to feel like your experiences are also deserving of attention and pride — especially because it can be far harder to show the world your symptoms.

Disability pride looks different when you have an invisible disability, but it’s no less powerful. Finding ways to connect with others with similar conditions and experiences and sharing your symptoms on social media makes your condition just as valid as if you post a photo of

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