Time for A Chronic Voice’s June blog prompts! Repeating Wondering Turning Getting Desiring Repeating Not working is a lot of… sameness. Do a little housework.
We all have a way to measure our lives. Our values, standards, and principles. The problem is when we become chronically ill… these often do
So we get new doctors and specialists we have to see all the time. And we have to fill out forms about a lot of
I think we all know suffering is inevitable. It is actually a function of being human. We all suffer in different ways. It is so
It is time for A Chronic Voice linkup! This month’s prompts are: Regrouping Investigating Boosting Setting Reviving Regrouping I am still on pause in my
“Do not fear death, but rather the unlived life. You don’t have to live forever. You just have to live.” ― Natalie Babbitt I do fear
I have been chronically more than half my life not counting the joint hypermobility pain as a child. And the older I get the more
You know my common-law spouse has been with me 22 years. And that means he was there for my fibromyalgia diagnosis. For the migraines. When
How A Trump Proposal Could Reduce ‘Happy’ Disabled People A new policy proposal by the Trump administration calls for the surveillance of disabled people’s social
The Social was talking to the author of Achiever Fever a week or so ago( here is a review of the book I found if you
I have to say I am a worrier. It is a sport I excel in. And I went for an MRI for the vertigo and
You know I haven’t been able to really clean much at all with this vestibular disorder along with the relentless migraines and fibromyalgia. And I
Things never to say to someone with chronic illness or chronic pain Aren’t you Glad it isn’t Worse? I mean, at least it’s not… cancer.
The thing about chronic illness is that it is unpredictable. We can go from managing, coping, and modestly function to… not. And after these rough