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Issue #193: The Middle Ground of Invisible Illness Where the Fight Isn’t Seen & More Patient Perspectives are Needed as Google Searches are Bland

Issue #193: The Middle Ground of Invisible Illness Where the Fight Isn't Seen & More Patient Perspective are Needed as Google Searches are Bland | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 27 December 2019. Issue #193.

In this issue: Searching on Google about invisible illness: Bland, repetitive and overly general; more patient perspectives are needed. The fatigue that comes with needing to prove your self-care in order to be ‘worthy’ of compassion. If migraines just needed Tylenol for pain relief, there would be no need to advocate about it. When your body is confused, and mistakes symptoms as cause. Writing to heal self-blame and process memories productively. Flowers can make for lovely gifts, as they remind one of nature, life and beauty. Painkillers are toxic, but so is chronic pain, as it sucks the life out of us (and a great list of blogs posts that chronic illness bloggers love). 40 pain relief products that may help cope with fibromyalgia pain. It is not our job to change anyone, but to be there for them until they are ready to do so for themselves. The middle ground of invisible illness, where people don’t see or acknowledge the ‘fight’.


*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: Sometimes, Physical Pain Isn’t the Worst Part About Chronic Illness

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