A positive attitude does not necessarily mean positive thinking, although that can be a factor. More, a positive attitude suggests a mental attitude can see the good things in your life and your accomplishments, instead of focusing on the the negative aspects and the failures. It is a mindset can help you see and pursue … Continue reading Can your positive attitude help you achieve lifestyle goals with chronic illness?
Yeah, 2020 was a suckfest. However, I do not survive my darkest times by focusing on all the suck there is in the moment. Because there is just a lot of sucky moments with chronic pain and chronic illness. And, frankly, focusing on the suck of that really drags me down into an abyss that … Continue reading What I was grateful for in the year 2020
I believe I need to talk to my neurologist before I can confirm for sure this diagnosis. Not that I do not believe my doctor. I do. It is just specialists are the ones that usually diagnosis this sort of thing. Anyway, it has been a rough ride. I am pretty tired. It is hard … Continue reading Meniere’s disease: Lifestyle changes
I have fluctuated in my weight from 120 pounds to 170 pounds. And I don't eat any different. I do have hypothyroidism. And we are put on 101 medications that cause weight gain so That is a fun adventure. "Eat when you are hungry. That is your body telling you when it needs food." So … Continue reading Chronic pain: My Diet and exercise
Chronic negative stress does not do a body good. We all know this. Because we have pain and illness and so stress from That plus the life consequences of That causes a boatload of negative stress. We all know our mental and emotional wellbeing is as important as our physical wellbeing, but I don't know … Continue reading Chronic stress and the body
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 be stuffed into a blog post. Anyway, this post if for you guys all to check out some of those books by those bloggers who have. Other times people with … Continue reading 14 Chronic illness books to check out