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Category: Disabilities/Challenges
Subject: Hidden diseases, not faking it
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Why is it if a person can't see an illness they assume a person is faking? In this I mean with something such as Fybromyalgia or a vascular condition.
Posted:5/21/2007
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Heather , Beckley, WV, United States , 31 , Female , White/Caucasian , Straight , Disabled-medical , Technical School , Middle class, Fybromyalgia and Raynaud's
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Category: Disabilities/Challenges
Subject: hidden illnesses
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People have gotten jaded by the sheer number of cases of people faking disabilities to get some advantage or perk they don't deserve. It seems not a week goes by that some local t.v. station's investigative team does an expose' on some person or group of people who are gaming the system by pretending to be disabled, and sadly, it all adds up.
Posted:5/31/2007
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Ann , Kansas City, MO, United States , 40 , Female , Animist , White/Caucasian , Straight , Executive Assistant , 4 Years of College , Middle class
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