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Issue #227: Disabled People to Follow on YouTube & Never Take It Lightly When Someone Hints That They are Suicidal

Issue #227: Disabled People to Follow on YouTube & Never Take It Lightly When Someone Hints That They are Suicidal

Friday, 21 August 2020. Issue #227.

In this issue: When life (or death) teases you with good health for a short period of time as a chronically ill person. CBD research in the works, including Epidiolex as the first FDA approved drug for treating rare forms of seizures. The most dangerous period during pregnancy with Antiphospholipid Syndrome tends to be the later stages, where blood clots can form in the placenta. The irony of feeling guilty when resting or sleeping, when they are essential to keep going. Never take it lightly when someone so much as hints that they are suicidal. Spend some quality time with yourself, and make space in your emotional closet for your true wants and needs. A chronically ill body is complicated; often it breaks down for no reason, and is beyond repair. What it’s like self-injecting Humira for 12 years and make sure to switch to citrate free if you haven’t yet. The small things in life are usually what helps to get us going, and to keep going again. A list of disabled and chronic illness people to follow on YouTube.

*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

  • How cool is this! I’m so glad I made it here on this list 😀

    • I roundup the best posts every week on Twitter – I find it kind of fun to see what’s jiving with people at the moment, and also think it’s a nice way to give a shoutout to all the other chronic illness bloggers out there! 🙂

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