Behind Perception (Part 2)- An exhibition challenging the perception of CFS/ME

Last week I went to an exhibition at Hamilton House in Bristol, with the emphasis on changing the perception of disability in particular that of the perception of ME/CFS.

It comprised of a mixture of visual and written pieces. Each piece gave a moving insight into how this horrible illness effected each of their lives, the first of which I shared in Behind Perception Part 1 (Link).

In this series of posts I am going to share with you some of the photos I took at the exhibit.

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If you want to see more of the exhibits check out posts one (Link) & three (Link) – Coming Soon.

To find out more about my experience with CFS/ME check out my earlier posts:

Or for a full list of my CFS/ME related posts check out my CFS/Me Index

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