VIDEO: What NOT to Say to Someone with an Invisible Illness

When you have a chronic invisible illness, you hear lots of advice and opinions from family and friends.  Even when they have the best of intentions, sometimes their words can thoughtless and hurtful. 

Lisa Copen, founder of Rest Ministries, put together this video in honor of National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week to “help you know what people say isn't personal – it's typical.”

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