With chronic illness comes mourning and grieving. It is natural to have these feelings. I think we all do in the beginning and even later on. It just feels like who we Are isn't able to manifest fully in the world. All that potential and possibility is halted... Grieving our former selves It isn't uncommon … Continue reading Chronic Illness and grief of self
I know we are all different and as such every single person responds differently to different things. So I am just going to give you a wee peek into my daily routines in a super helpful way. Just the general stuff. Reflecting a really good day. And it is so very super-duper too. You will … Continue reading Some super-duper helpful quick tips for your daily health
A Chronic Voice Prompts for February check them out! DefiningAllocatingUnitingSavingEducating I can't believe it is February already. There must be a work from when time moves infinite slow and yet passes too fast. Whatever that is, that is what is happening. Maybe people think this time has been stagnant. That they have lost a year … Continue reading When a chronic illness life is measured more than on productivity
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?
The less functional I became over time with chronic pain and the more I struggled at work the more useless I felt. The more of a failure as a Person I felt. The more worthless I felt. This got worse as my life shrunk because I had less usable hours to be able to function … Continue reading Disability: Fulfillment without traditional work
It is time for A Chronic Voice's December Linkup! This months prompts are: ExhaustingExcitingSocializingIndulgingCutting I wrote a post some years back called Avoiding Stress During the Holiday Season with Fibromyalgia. And any given year those tips still apply but during a worldwide pandemic it is a little bit different. Many of us are not seeing … Continue reading A pandemic Christmas