IN People ON
"Your illness is nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about. People who know will still love you and still find you beautiful." Amiee Rouski
Diseases can be cured with the help of medicines, but what about invisible illness? If you don't know what is harming you then how will you get cured in that case?
Let's look into the case of this 19- year-old girl Aimee Rouski from Liverpool, England, who is one such witness, suffering from an untreatable disease.
It directly affects patient's digestive system. It causes inflammation of the lining of any part of the gastrointestinal tract. It's very hard for the patient with this disease to eat food as it gives them feel like they're giving poison all the time to their body.
Rouski expalins "My Crohn's has left me with a permanent ileostomy, no large intestine, colon, rectum, anus, or inner thigh muscles as they were used for plastic surgery on my wounds." Nobody can predict what's going wrong inside Rouski by looking at her.
Rouski said, "You don't always know what's going on in people's lives, so don't be so quick to judge, and always keep an open mind." she loves herself and her body the way it is.
.. "No one will know [about your illness] unless you tell them. People who know will still love you and still find you beautiful. Your illness is nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about."
Life doesn't give everyone the same abilities, but one should be happy with what they have received. If you have all qualities in you then feel more responsive, help others, motivate them rather making them feel uncomfortable through your words.