Issue 170: Believe in Your Friend's Pain & Keep Checking in on Them. We Truly Do Appreciate You! | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

Friday, 09 July 2019. Issue #170. In this issue: Help wanted – pick your favourite chronic illness slogans! There is no other way but to work towards our future slowly, for those of us living with chronic illnesses. ‘I believe you’ are powerful words, especially when many of your friends with chronic pain are often […]

Issue #169: The Stigma Attached to Mobility Aids in Public Especially for Young Adults & Learning to Say 'No' For Your Own Good | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

Friday, 12 July 2019. Issue #169. In this issue: Learning to protect yourself from toxic people, and your own mental and physical wellbeing. Trying to see how far I can go in the WeGo Health Awards this year, as someone who’s not from the US! Validation of pain is liberating, as it often takes years […]

Issue #168: Grieving Isn't Only for the 'Big Things' & Don't Undermine the Importance of Your Mental Health | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

Friday, 05 July 2019. Issue #168. In this issue: When it’s the end of the day, all you can do is to sleep on it, and deal with it tomorrow. Don’t ignore your mental health, and find a good therapist to be part of your team. The difference between self-care and caring for yourself. When […]

Asthma and Sleep: Overcoming the Terror and Finding Relief | A Chronic Voice | Featured ImageaAsthma and Sleep: Overcoming the Terror and Finding Relief | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

*Note: This is a sponsored post. Although asthma can be a potentially dangerous breathing disorder, it can by and large be managed with success. During the day, an inhaler may be used to deal with sudden asthma attack symptoms and prevent the sufferer from needing emergency services. Therapeutic breathing treatments can also make breathing a […]

Why You Need a Good Therapist on Your Healthcare Team (Based on My Personal Experiences) | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

*Note: Whilst this post is sponsored by BetterHelp, all opinions expressed in this review are my own. If there’s one advice I’d give as a person who’s lived with chronic illnesses for 20 years, it is this: don’t ignore your mental health, and find a good therapist to be part of your healthcare team. I […]

Issue #167: Acceptance Means to Stop Fighting *Yourself* & Knowing Now to Always Get Help if Your Mental Health Deproves | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

Friday, 28 June 2019. Issue #167. In this issue: The struggle of living with a chronic illness that has unpredictable symptoms. Buried truths from pain left to rot, but germinate with a sprinkle of loving kindness. Morbid jokes help me to cope whilst living with chronic illnesses. The loneliness of ME/CFS and chronic illness, when […]

Being a Good Travel Partner to Someone with a Chronic Illness Featured Image

*Note: This is a sponsored post. Traveling with a chronic illness can be painful and uncomfortable. However, with the right support, individuals with chronic illnesses can enjoy long trips without straining too much or worsening their health. This article highlights some tips that can be helpful in becoming a good travel partner to someone with […]

My Responses to “A Day in the Life” Linkup (What Does 'Normal' Even Mean?) Featured Image

My Responses to the “Day in the Life” Linkup These responses are part of the ‘Day in the Life’ linkup, which aims to showcase people with different illnesses, and how they live their lives. The definition of ‘normal’ is always an intriguing topic to me, because there is no such thing. It could be a […]

Issue #166: The Worries as a Young Person Diagnosed with Chronic Illness & a Wheelchair Isn't Just a Mobility Tool, It is Also a Friend and More | Featured Image

Friday, 21 June 2019. Issue #166. In this issue: The worries as a young person when diagnosed with chronic illness. The ‘A Day in the Life’ Linkup aims to show how different life can be for us all, especially those with chronic illnesses or disabilities. The frustration and boredom of chronic pain and being confined […]