How You feel About Invisibility: Coming into Focus

Feeling more invisible as you get older? These videos submitted to us show how women with WHOA! handle invisibility in their own ways, and in their own words.

First up is Pam Fishman, who was in the seat behind WHOA! Network co-founder Darryle Pollack in a crowded, noisy van on the way to the airport. Bumpy or not, Darryle couldn’t resist shooting this quick video.

Jessica Bern, who was an actress in Hollywood, gives her 2 cents in 2 minutes with her typical honesty and humor:


For Jane Gassner, feeling more invisible is Bad News … AND Good News:


Nadia Giordiona knows how it feels to be invisible. But she also knows how to shine:

Cathy Chester doesn’t allow a disability, or anything else, make her feel invisible:

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  1. I am not invisible. I never have felt that way, and doubt I ever will. I’ll let you know if that becomes an issue. I think we have to see ourselves to not be invisible. I agree with what Katie couric says here:

    We are invisible when we let ourselves be.

    • Lynn Forbes says:

      Shelley: that’s true, but not so easy for some people. also, our culture’s fear of aging definitely affects us and can be alienating, so we just have to be sure that we remain up front and center. look you 🙂

  2. Genuinely no matter if someone doesn’t be aware of afterward its up to other people that they will help, so here it happens.

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