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Issue #174: Chronic Pain is a Suicide Risk That’s Often Ignored & Acceptance of the Slow Life with Chronic Illness

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Friday, 17 August 2019. Issue #174.

In this issue: Chronic pain is a suicide risk that is too often ignored. Trying to socialise with chronic illness takes a lot of effort, just getting to the event in itself is exhausting. Whilst chronic illness is hardly funny, sometimes we just need to laugh at ourselves. The need to portray ME/CFS in a realistic light in the media; there is no cure for it yet. Acceptance of the slow life with chronic illness. The pain and worry caregivers often feel, seeing their loved ones in pain. Overdoing it with chronic illness usually equals to more recovery time and thus, less time to do more things. We are part of and belong to this world. Looking your best and flourishing with chronic illness. Being part of a community of like-minded people can make all the difference.

*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.

Read More: Why it Feels Like Suicide is Always an Option

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