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Why I'm Making the Invisible Visible as Someone With Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Invisible disabilities get forgotten about so much in society, yet 80% of disabilities in the U.K. are invisible. We are just as important and just as worthy, which is why I create projects to help educate others on them to hopefully one day stop the discrimination we receive and to also empower those living with one.

I was a physically fit 24-year-old, engaged and with a successful career. I had IBS, depression, anxiety and back problems but I was still able to live a normal life without any physical difficulties.

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