I'm an avid reader. Or I WAS an avid reader. I would consume books. NOM NOM NOM. Inhale them. I would read a couple a week or more. Sometimes a book a day if it was a good one. I am a very fast reader and I just love reading so much. Then I developed … Continue reading When you love to read but have a vestibular condition
I have blogged about survival mode before. This is when we push through the pain long-term and get to a state where all other aspects of our lives shrink, we only do what is fundamentally necessary to exist and life is Just an existence. We do what we must and crash and burn at the … Continue reading Survival mode with chronic pain and the lack of options we have in society
How do you know someone is faking fibromyalgia? Hmm. This is a thing people google. And I can tell you the short answer right now is that statistically speaking if you assume they are not, you'd most likely be right. Because it is so rare that anyone fakes an illness. I know a lot of … Continue reading So you think someone is faking fibromyalgia?
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a massive impact on society and I wonder if it is conceivable it will have long-term impacts on it. The shock to societies will be felt for a very long time. From mourning the deaths to the financial impacts to the mental toll. We talk about the 'new normal' and … Continue reading Will society adapt for the better after the pandemic?
This is one of those topics that drives me to distraction. I have blogged about it before. I bet my opinion about it shifts every five years when I do because it changes the longer I am chronically ill or my perspective changes. You are definitely not your chronic illness And you definitely are. AHhhhhhhhhh! … Continue reading You are not your chronic illness
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