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Issue #181: Why Giving Unsolicited Health Advice is Not Okay & Scheduling in Rest Time Before Your Body Schedules It for You

Issue #181: Why Giving Unsolicited Health Advice is Not Okay & Scheduling in Rest Time Before Your Body Schedules It for You | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 04 October 2019. Issue #181.

In this issue: Why giving unsolicited health advice is not okay. It can become dangerous to not treat pain when it’s chronic and unyielding. The sadness that naturally comes with giving up passions due to chronic illness, and how to manage it. If a wheelchair helps you to regain a much better quality of life instead of shuffling along every few metres, then why not use it? Hello to autumn/spring in the October Linkup. The dilemma of not being in as much pain as others with chronic illness, and wondering if you’re still part of the community. Having a disability is not a pitiful thing, although there are some things that you can no longer do no matter how hard you try. The importance of scheduling in rest time, before your body schedules it for you. Fibromyalgia woes, where even hugs and handshakes leave you feeling bruised and battered. Grandfather with vitiligo who crochets inclusive dolls for children.

*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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