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Issue #158: Writing as a Means to Understanding and Coping with Pain & Your ‘Unsociable’ Friend Really Wants to Stay in Touch

Issue #158: Writing as a Means to Understanding and Coping with Pain & Your ‘Unsociable’ Friend Really Wants to Stay in Touch | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 26 April 2019. Issue #158.

In this issue: The interesting home hacks and resources I’ve learned from other bloggers. Concentrating your limited energy on positive thoughts and activities, instead of wasting it on self blame. Don’t give up on your ‘unsociable’ friend, we really do want to stay in touch. What the healthy and ill alike can do, to build a more empathetic society. Why I write even though it means putting your private life and infirmities on display. The hurt when someone questions the validity of your pain, when you’ve been giving it all your. Writing is one way of exploring your emotions, which can lead to understanding them, and thus finding ways to cope. The chronically ill within church (or religious) communities who feel isolated. The exhaustion you feel 24/7/365 just from doing something simple such as buying groceries. The Disability Blogger Award started by chronillicles.com, specially for certain niches.

*Note: This article is meant for educational purposes, and is based on each person’s individual experiences and circumstances. It is not to be substituted for medical advice. Please consult your own doctor before changing or adding new treatment protocols.

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2 comments

  • I love this post. This is such a great compilation of tweet/posts. So much education and information here.

    • Thanks Laurie! I’m really happy to hear good feedback about these compilations, as I wasn’t sure if they were useful or spammy. 🙂

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