Invisible disabilities are illnesses and conditions that significantly impair normal activities of daily living.
In the United States, 96% of people with chronic medical conditions show no outward signs of their illness, and 10% experience symptoms that are considered disabling.
Unfortunately, people often judge others by what they see and often think that a person can or cannot do something just by the way they look. This can be equally frustrating for those who may appear unable, but are perfectly capable,
as well as those who appear able, but are not.
If you have a disability, what type of issues do you deal with? Is finding a potential partner determined by whether or not your disability is accepted?