Chronic Illness Blogs

When I Can’t Control How Chronic Illness Is Affecting My Body

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  By Laurel Younis in The Mighty.   OK, here it – the biggest and most important secret you will need to survive chronic illness. The key to surviving chronic illness is surviving it in any way you can. Now I know what you may be thinking, “Really? Is this seriously the advice you’re giving […]

Finding Accessible Work With A Chronic Illness

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    From the Life of Pippa Blog.   Since I started blogging, there’s one question I’ve consistently been asked more than any other: how I found my flexible, work from home opportunities. If you don’t already know, I split my time between social media management and content creation in the charity sector, self-employment as […]

Chronic Illness & Boredom – The Real Groundhog Day

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    By Jo Moss in A Journey Through The Fog.   Each month a fellow blogger (A Chronic Voice) hosts a ‘Link-up party’. It is a monthly get-together for anyone with a chronic illness. An opportunity to share, to listen, and to learn from one another. It’s a great way to provide insight into life […]

Running On Empty – Do Not Pass “Go”

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  By Sam in the My Medical Musings Blog.     We all have moments in life when we hit a brick wall physically and perhaps mentally. It happens to the healthy and chronically ill alike. I remember in my “healthier” life, I’d get to the end of my working week and I’d be exhausted. […]

Surviving, (Hiding), And Thriving With Cognitive Impairments

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  From the Chronic Illness: Realistic Optimism Blg y Lisa Alloto.   As the years have gone by with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), the cognitive impairments have grown.  My brain is slower to process information and conversations.  For example, it takes longer to find the right word, to remember someone’s name, and quite often to even to […]

Having A Chronic Illness Is Not Romantic

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  By Becca in Confessions of a Spoonie, as published by Scope.   Becca writes the blog Confessions of a Spoonie and today is talking about the romanticism of chronic illness in books and films and how she feels about it. I  worry about certain things; how clean is my house, all the books on my bookshelf […]

How To Treat A Person With Chronic Illness – A Step-By-Step Guide

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  By Jaime from her ‘I Told You I Was Sick’ Blog.   If you have a friend with chronic illness but don’t know how to talk to them, it’s OK. You’re not alone. When you’re healthy, trying to get inside the mind of a person who is always in pain can be confusing. In […]

The Little Known Nutrient That’s Growing My Daughter New Mitochondria | PQQ

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    By Rebecca Ferguson in the Recovering Kids Blog.   Mitochondria. We all have them. We all need them. We need them especially in order to digest some of the biology textbook reminiscent explanations of what they do! But we’ve got even the most mito-challenged, fatigued among you covered with a two-minute, easy-to-follow video that explains […]

How Chronic Illness Can Drastically Affect Your Self-Esteem

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    By Megan Klenke in The Mighty.   I think one of the most difficult parts of being chronically ill has been the effect it’s had on my self-esteem. That probably sounds very strange, given that chronic illness comes with a whole slew of physical, mental and emotional challenges that might seem to take precedence over something that […]

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