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Issue #171: Accessibility Does Not End at Ramps & Cheery Highlights from the #JoyInSummer Hashtag

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Friday, 26 July 2019. Issue #171.

In this issue: The fears of severe medication withdrawals. Try not to dwell on your problems too much and let someone know if you need help, if you suffer from chronic pain or illness. Having a partner with chronic illness will probably mean a more difficult life, but for some this is a non-issue. People with chronic pain often have such levels of pain it is unbelievable, and uncontainable by a simple pain scale. Sitting down to analyse new symptoms, a familiar process for spoonies who have become well acquainted with how their bodies behave. The endless promos in mainstream media for health and fitness, yet neglects those whose health don’t allow them to achieve such goals. Re-making memories into something beautiful, instead of fearing the unpredictability of bad things happening again. Accessibility does not end at ramps for wheelchairs; the suggestions from disabled people need to be taken into account for real, effective change to happen. Some cheery highlights from the #JoyInSummer hashtag. The less oxygen you give to your dark moments, the weaker they will get; do not react spontaneously to them.

*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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