What not to Say to Someone with a Chronic Illness

People with chronic illnesses constantly receive judgement and unsolicited medical advice. We don’t want it, and don’t need it.


Isabelle glanced out her kitchen window and dropped the plate she was drying. Either she was hallucinating, or there was a dragon in her back yard.Dragons didn’t exist, so rationally, she must have been hallucinating.  Despite that obvious fact, she carefully stepped around the shards of shattered plate, and ran out to the back yard.