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Issue #133: Why People Who Can Walk May Still Need to Use a Wheelchair & Manchester Airport’s Wonderful Service for Those with Invisible Disabilities

Issue #133: Why People Who Can Walk May Still Need to Use a Wheelchair & Manchester Airport's Wonderful Service for Those with Invisible Disabilities | www.achronicvoice.com

Friday, 26 October 2018. Issue #133.

In this issue: A good starting point to improve my gut health, as a person with chronic, inflammatory diseases. Why people who can walk may still need to use a wheelchair from time to time. Educating others and advocating for yourself require lots of patience and clarity. Embracing your flaws and sharing your story can be powerful for all parties. When your pet dog learns to warn you before a seizure, so you can take medications to lessen the impact. The importance of raising awareness on invisible illnesses, because they affect life to a large extent. Nourishing all aspects of yourself, in order to cope and recover. While pain has its purpose, it can get confused with chronic illness. Misconceptions and confusion about the seemingly contradictory nature of fibromyalgia. Manchester airport’s wonderful service to help those with invisible disabilities travel with greater ease.

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2 comments

  • Some great stuff I’m going to have to check out, but I’m starting to think I need to get on Twitter because I’ve avoided it for long enough and I think I’m missing out. Thank you so much for sharing my post, I’m amazed it got a great response so that’s made my day! 🙂
    Caz xx

    • Hi Caz, yes these were what others found most interesting this week 🙂 Twitter is a great resource for getting and sharing information from a ground level, once you get past the initial overwhelm (it can seem like a lot to digest in the beginning)! Have a great day! 🙂

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