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Issue #99: What Chronic Illness Olympics Would Look Like & Memes of What it’s Like to Wake in Pain Every Day

In issue 99: When people offer help, but you don’t know what you need. Fancy a 10 metre cane walk in an Olympics for spoonies? What saying “it could be worse” really sounds like to a sick person. The desire to be social and contribute to society, despite illness. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com | #chronicillness #spoonies #olympics #chroniclife #society #healthnews

Sat, 03 Mar 2018. Issue #99.

In this issue: When people offer help, but you don’t know what you need. Fancy a 10 metre cane walk in an Olympics for spoonies? What saying “it could be worse” really sounds like to a sick person. Why Rare Disease Day is so important. When chronic illness dash your ambitious dreams of charity as a young adult. The many ‘if onlys’ when you make decisions for your health. The spoon theory explained. Memes of what it’s like to wake with chronic pain every morning. The desire to be social and contribute to society, despite illness. The isolation that happens organically, when you never get better.

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