Thyroid disorders are often described as 'invisible illnesses'. Psychological symptoms can often go unnoticed. This can lead to feelings of isolation as those around us struggle to understand what we are going through.

Chartered psychologist, Dr Sue Jackson, article looks at:

- Getting those closest around you to understand

- Being assertive

- Socialising with an invisible illness

- Dealing with work

- Getting healthcare professionals to understand

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