Publicity around chronic disease is important. When I was younger, there wasn’t any coverage of people living with chronic diseases. These disorders were meant to be a secret, a shame. Because of that, so many of us suffered silently and doubted our own realities. Today, everywhere you consume media, someone is showing or explaining an ailment. Exposure to a world full of everyone’s complaints and possible conditions are never ending. Unfortunately, social media and many lifestyle websites push confusing and blatantly false narratives around chronic illnesses, especially invisible ones. What ends up happening is, people share their vague symptoms and that leads to attention-seeking and faux diagnoses instead of offering community support, science-driven information, and helpful choices.