Invisible illness on buses

Dear Messenger,
I’m a 40-something disabled person. My condition is neurological and an invisible illness.

When I use my disabled person’s bus pass I get a double look from some drivers. If I sit in a priority seat on the bus, I feel judging eyes on me and sometimes receive negative comments. I will always move for someone who is in more need than myself but it is awful to feel judged for not
having a more visible illness.
Please think before you judge, many people have illnesses you can’t see. We just do our best to get through a day like everyone else. Please be kind.
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