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Issue #121: People with Chronic Illness Need Human Interaction Too & Thoughts About the Straw Ban from a Disabled Person

Issue #121: People with Chronic Illness Need Human Interaction Too & Thoughts About the Straw Ban from a Disabled Person - www.achronicvoice.com

Friday, 03 Aug 2018. Issue #121.

In this issue: A sad loss of a loved one to kidney failure and COPD, RIP 🙁 Things not to say to someone who suffers from chronic pain despite the unpredictability, which can make it seem unbelievable. There are homeless people on the street suffering from mental illnesses, and they too need help. Hypersensitivity from ME/CFS can make one reclusive in order to avoid painful triggers, but do continue to interact with them! Don’t blindly accept a diagnosis that doesn’t seem to make any sense; ask helpful questions in order to find the answers you need. Chronic illness is exhausting to the point where you don’t even have to get out of bed to be tired. A smiley pic of me to raise some awareness on invisible illness! Feeling like an old woman trapped in a young body, and the compassion you learn from having suffered. The struggle to feel any positivity towards your own broken body. Some fast facts about the straw ban, as seen through the eyes of a disabled person.

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