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You'd be surprised how much information & assistance is out there to help us in our illness and circumstance. My background in social work has prepared me to better gather legitimate and helpful resources and avoid gimmicks and unproven products.

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    • An upbeat chat about growing up, and into, life with Fibromyalgia, current social justice issues, and the parallel experience of being gaslighted in racism and ableism.

  • Listen in to Talia's interview Jessie Fritz at "Chronically Healing"

"Ep. 71 - Navigating Life as a Biracial and Bicultural Latina with Invisible Illness"

An upbeat chat about growing up, and into, life with Fibromyalgia, current social justice issues, and the parallel experience of being gaslighted in racism and ableism.

I'm asking the question, "Can We be Racist to Our Own Race?", in my new piece.

Whether we have an #invisibleillness or an ethnicity that can't be "seen" (#UndercoverLatina), wouldn't it be great if we didn't have to explain ourselves?

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I'm asking a question directly to people with the privilege of health about their behaviors and how they effect the medically vulnerable in the time of Covd-19.