Brave Girl Posts To Facebook To Remove Stigma Of “Invisible Illness”

Brave Girl Posts To Facebook To Remove Stigma Of “Invisible Illness”

Brave Girl Posts To Facebook To Remove Stigma Of "Invisible Illness"

Brave Girl Posts To Facebook To Remove Stigma Of "Invisible Illness" The world seems to be more body-positive than ever these days. Everyone can appear how they want to is the general topic and that’s pretty awesome .

But whilst the main coverage is on plus-sized models fighting their corner for body equality, we don’t often watch a great deal about some illness that need to be addressed.

That’s whyAimee Rouski, 19, from Liverpool, who suffers from Crohn’s disease, decided to post this brave and heart-wrenching statement to Facebook…

Her aim was to raise awareness of the nasty cancer which causes inflammation and critical pain to the intestines. Aimee was dignosed back when she was 11 -years-old after she was subject to a number of stomach cramps, loss of appetite, a dangerous sum of weight loss and anal fissures.

Brave Girl Posts To Facebook To Remove Stigma Of "Invisible Illness"

Aimee was 15 when she was sent to hospital for seven months where she had three major surgeries. During these surgeries, her big intestine and colon were removed with muscles from her inner thigh being removed to cover the wounds.

Brave Girl Posts To Facebook To Remove Stigma Of "Invisible Illness"

She’s now had an overwhelming quantity of support with over 11,000 likes and 5,000 shares.

Here’s to you Aimee. You’re incredibly brave and you look great !

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Brave Girl Posts To Facebook To Remove Stigma Of "Invisible Illness"
Brave Girl Posts To Facebook To Remove Stigma Of "Invisible Illness"
Brave Girl Posts To Facebook To Remove Stigma Of "Invisible Illness"
Brave Girl Posts To Facebook To Remove Stigma Of "Invisible Illness"
Brave Girl Posts To Facebook To Remove Stigma Of "Invisible Illness"

Brave Girl Posts To Facebook To Remove Stigma Of "Invisible Illness"

Brave Girl Posts To Facebook To Remove Stigma Of "Invisible Illness"

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