There was a new study that demonstrated chronic migraine impact lives more so than episodic migraine. Shocking, I know. And they expected this difference in
Chronic pain is just one of those things that is a bit tricky to manage. I know this. You know this. Our doctors know this.
I want to mention this study because it makes a very good point about the need for acceptance and resiliency that comes from acceptance in
These are some Christmas gift ideas made by people with chronic illnesses. I decided to make the list because, well, we make some fine things
I always worry about our comfort zone. How comfortable it gets. I’m not sure I like the idea of being comfortable at all. I want
So sometimes us chronic illnesses bloggers write books because bloggers are writers. And we have things to say, man. Lots of things that cannot always
This is something I wrote Way back in the day. I thought I would share it. It is a philosophical look at the pain experience.
Alright, the seasons are changing. I’m always cold. I want to wear a hoodie over my hoodie and soon sweaters will manifest. I have two
There are many, many things in our lives due to an illness that gets in the way o life and we have no choice about
I am used to invisible disabilities. People do not see them and they frankly do not care much to hear about them. And I can
When I was younger and I was diagnosed with this thing called fibromyalgia syndrome that no one knew a thing about let alone how to
So I encountered someone random on social media with an illness that said we should not discuss ableism because people do not get our illnesses
Time for A Chronic Voice blogger prompts for October Waiting Parting Persevering Affirming Loving Waiting Okay, I am still in limbo. Waiting and waiting. I
Hope is a great thing unless you are living for it. Then it is a very dangerous thing indeed. You want hope. Hopelessness is a