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Issue #108: Why Sleep Isn’t a Luxury but a Necessity & Being Questioned for Using a Disability Seat Due to Invisible Illness

Issue #108: In this issue: How coping with chronic illness may seem 'high maintenance' to healthy people, but really isn't. You need to be your own biggest advocate, even if you have a great doctor. An interview with an ME/CFS sufferer - bad is bearable, but it's often worse than that. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com | #invisibleillness #achronicvoice #chronicillness #spoonies #healthnews #healthcare

Saturday, 05 2018. Issue #108.

In this issue: Why sleep isn’t a luxury, but a necessity. Goodnight to Archer, my blue parrotlet 🙁 Downsizing your living space because of poor health requires all of your coping skills. The May linkup party is out – amazing how time whizzes by! Being questioned from using a disability seat as a spoonie. How coping with chronic illness may seem ‘high maintenance’ to healthy people, but really isn’t. Fatigue due to Multiple Sclerosis is crushing, and there shouldn’t be a need to prove it to someone else. A thought that helps to calm me down when I’m feeling frazzled. You need to be your own biggest advocate, even if you have a great doctor. An interview with an ME/CFS sufferer – bad is bearable, but it’s often worse than that.

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