EDS is considered an invisible illness. Because it is invisible, not many people know much or anything about it. This is why we need awareness. If you want to help spread awareness for EDS, share a photo on digital media with the hashtag #fightforedsawareness.
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome is invisible. This means that it is not visibly obvious to everyone. People tend to overreact when they see someone in a wheelchair who does not look like they should be, or when they see someone park in a handicapped spot when they don’t look like they should […]
If I ever had a super power, I wouldn’t want to be invisible or have the ability to fly, I’d much rather have telekinesis. That way, if you were in too much pain to get out of bed, you could have things you needed float to you in the […]