So I am Canadian, so medicinal and recreational cannabis is legal here. And this gave me the opportunity to give it a go for pain.
I have been very unwell and it is a difficult time for me really. Rough year. Really rough year. But I just go on day
So I had taken off my slow release tramadol a while back now. And it sucks. I have been in so much pain lately and
I exceeded my limits a couple of days ago. I helped my dad move with my spouse. My dad is also disabled. I am disabled.
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
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
So I have learned a lot of painful lessons from pain, the hard way, more than once, because that is how I roll. Here are
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
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
This is an older poem I wrote and I now present it to you for World Poetry Day. I am no poet but I do
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
A New Psychological Treatment for Chronic Pain Newer psychological approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) are guided by the premise that we cannot