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What does #ChronicIllness ‘look’ like. What do those in #ChronicPain ‘look’ like. So many misconceptions by public & those in #Healthcare. I can’t tell you the comments ‘she looks fine’, ‘he doesn’t look like he is in pain’ these misconceptions can harm those seeking 1/ Image
care and they can perpetuate the #stigma shared in society. There is NO ‘look’. There are many ‘faces’ of #chronicpain & #ChronicIllness. These are at best superficial as you don’t know the amount of work outings take or amount of times special events cancelled. 2/ Image
Even when they are doing ‘well’ it’s a struggle. Shared with their permission. A life w #ChronicIllness #ChronicPain Image
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A VERY PATHETIC STORY

ACID ATTACK - HEAR HER STORY

This story of Miss Nkiruka Jane Nnaji who hails from Amorji Akpugo in Enugu State is a very pathetic and disheartening. She did not offend anyone, neither did she offend the god’s.
Jane graduated from the NNAMDI Azikiwe University Awka,in 2016 and was awaiting her youth service before she suffered the acid attack.

“It happened on April 11, 2017 in Portharcourt. After my graduation I went into cosmetic business; I got a very small shop where I was managing.
I was coming back from my shop that fateful day, at about 8:00 pm; I was walking to the house when I started hearing a male voice calling ‘Chi-chi’. I thought it was somebody that wanted to toast me; I thought it was a way of attracting my attention.
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