How disabled people can be more at riskCOVID 19 and disabilities in Canada There are a lot of factors that affect the chronically ill and disabled during the pandemic. A lot of issues are coming up. And I for one barely hear about them. I am chronically ill and disabled. I am in the … Continue reading Pandemic: Disabled voices are not heard
Undiagnosed. I remember this well. I spent the majority of my childhood UNDIAGNOSED. The pain and fatigue where things I felt I didn't even have the right to complain about because, well, I had No Label to Defend it. And it took until the age of 16 to get even somewhat of a label: … Continue reading Undiagnosed: That limbo state
I have been given this product as part of a product review. Although the product was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company. Post may contain affiliate links. The Power of Now Journal is based on the popular book The Power … Continue reading Review: The power of now journal
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 choose to talk about them... or not. But add in a mobility device, such as my cane, and you're VISIBLE. Flashing neon sign above your head 'This person has some … Continue reading Chronic illness: Using a cane
I don't like this term people put on the chronically ill or people with chronic pain. You're so brave. I don't know, it seems like a word inflicted upon people with chronic pain when people do not get it. They do not get that there were two roads diverging in the woods; they took the … Continue reading Chronic pain: Who am I?
People are getting isolated and lonely at epic levels. I believe that we are far more susceptible to this happening due to our limitations. At times we cannot even leave the house. I can't drive so I certainly do not run random errands to just get out of the house. In the last 50 years, rates of … Continue reading Epidemic of loneliness