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Most people with invisible illnesses such as rheumatoid arthritis have been told they "don't look sick," which can be a frustrating experience. New Creaky Joints blogger Cheryl Crow explores an alternate approach to interpreting this phenomenon, using basic psychology principles to help persons with invisible illness understand the cognitive processes behind the statement in a way that may feel more empowering.