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Issue #245: Mobility Aids are Symbols of Independence and Freedom & You Know You’re in Good Hands When a Doctor Treats You with Humanity

Issue 245: Mobility Aids are Symbols of Independence and Freedom & You Know You're in Good Hands When a Doctor Treats You with Humanity | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 25 December 2020. Issue #245.

In this issue: The evolution of wish lists with chronic illness, and the ultimate desire for a better quality of life. Gifts don’t always have to be a tangible item that you buy; experiences and physical assistance count, too. Heaps of free wallpapers for you to download (most popular post on the blog!). When you feel like you’re in good hands with a doctor who treats you with humanity and equality. When your whole body aches so badly that it takes you an hour to get out of bed, yet you look ‘normal’. Thinking happy thoughts can help to keep your hopes up, but that doesn’t mean that the problem has ceased to exist. COVID-19 affects everyone differently and outside of a vaccine, there’s no one cure fits all. Mobility aids are symbols of independence and freedom, not something to be seen as negative. One of the upsides of receiving a diagnosis is being able to find and interact with people who live with the same illness. Acceptance of chronic pain as a means to live an adapted yet full life.

*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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