Invisible Disability: Hidden from sight on Social Media

I have invisible disabilities. And the vertigo which is somewhat visible in the sense that I use a cane... if I do Not I look rather drunk and I do not like the judgments I get from that in public. I also do not like falling, thus the cane. Anyway, disabilities on social media are … Continue reading Invisible Disability: Hidden from sight on Social Media

Chronic illness: Thriving and surviving

There are times when we are in recovery mode. As I am now. I am tapering off a medication which is flaring my vestibular symptoms. This is severely decreasing my ability to function. At the moment. So I am surviving. That is fine. It is necessary. What I question is whether we think we can … Continue reading Chronic illness: Thriving and surviving

Chronic pain and the pandemic

I wrote a post called Chronic illness: Pandemic stress and we are well into pandemic stress at this point. I think it is time to acknowledge the impact it is having on people with chronic pain “Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted treatments for people with pain because regular out-patient appointments with doctors and physical … Continue reading Chronic pain and the pandemic

November A Chronic Voice Prompts: Spinning

Time for A Chronic Voice's prompt link-up for November! Prompts INCORPORATINGEXPERIMENTINGSANITIZINGLAUNCHINGWRITING Incorporating Funny story. I was trying to incorporate some physio exercises and exercise back into my life again but then my doctor adjusted my medication. And now I am so much worse I am back to extreme low functioning. Which will get worse as … Continue reading November A Chronic Voice Prompts: Spinning