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Free Book Hidden Stories To Help People With Hidden Health Conditions

Sunday 26 May 2019


From UK newspaper the Swindon Advertiser:


Hidden Stories

Free book Hidden Stories to help people with hidden health conditions

20 May 2019
©Copyright 2001-2019.

THE loneliness and stigma experienced by millions living with an invisible health condition will be put in the spotlight at Swindon Library.

Root Experience is publishing [Hidden Stories,] a powerful novel about what life is like for those with conditions ranging from anxiety to autism and diabetes to chronic fatigue syndrome – all of which have symptoms that are not easily identifiable to others.

The Brighton-based arts charity aims to inspire more people to speak out, while also encouraging others to listen compassionately and is giving away all 8,000 printed copies at eight free events across the south of the country.

Hidden Stories On Tour will be at Swindon Library on Saturday, June 8, from 10am-3pm, where visitors will be able to collect free copies of the book, meet some of the contributors, join in conversations and find out more about the project.

There will also be a photography exhibition by Sarah Hickson and interactive games that guide self-exploration.


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