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Made Visible

By Harper Spero

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Description

Made Visible is a podcast that gives a voice to people with invisible illnesses. This podcast aims to change the conversation around invisible illnesses, helping those who experience them —whether as patients, caregivers, or friends or family members — feel more seen and heard.

Customer Reviews

For able-bodied people too!

We don't talk enough about invisible illness, so I'm glad Harper started this podcast. It is not only validating for people with invisible illness (like me), but also very educational because of the wide variety of guests and maladies covered. Healthy people will like it too, for two reasons:

1. Harper interviews not only patients, but able-bodied caretakers as well. They provide valuable perspective about interacting with people with invisible illness. If you're healthy but know someone with an invisible condition, you'll like this podcast.
2. If you are a health nerd, or just like hearing true personal stories, you get that from these interviews. Each illness is like its own little world, with its own culture and quirks. Travel nerds should try out this podcast as well!

Right now I'm listening to the narcolepsy episode and it's so fascinating. . .

Inspiring stories of strength

Even if you’ve never yourself had to deal with a life changing illness, you will feel inspired by the strength of these deeply personal stories.

So relevant and real

As someone with several invisible illnesses, it's easy to feel alone and like no one notices or cares (even doctors). I really appreciate Harper's candid, honest, yet not depressing conversations! They are add informative as they are supportive. Thank you, Harper, for creating such an important podcast!

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