Handicapped Parking with an Invisible Illness

When you’re confronted with “you don’t look handicapped!”

Close up of handlcapped symbol in a parking place.
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uch has been written about the difficulties of living with an invisible illness or disability. Well-meaning friends and acquaintances who say, “But you look good” can touch off a sense of isolation and the feeling that no one understands what you’re going through.