Issue #128: The Fear that People Think You’re Faking Your Illness & Things a Doctor-Patient Want You to Know | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 21 September 2018. Issue #128. In this issue: The ironic upside of living in a country that’s strict with drug laws like Singapore. A common fear that people might think we’re faking our illness, just because we can still get stuff done on the good days. Things a doctor who’s also a patient want […]

Yoga Poses to Help You De-Stress and Ease You into Sleep | A Chronic Voice

*Disclaimer: This article is meant for educational purposes, and is not to be substituted for medical advice. Please consult your own doctor before changing or adding new treatment protocols. This is a sponsored post, and all image sources are from Siddhi Yoga. Chronic stress can lead to a variety of health issues, as your body […]

Invisible in Singapore: What's It Like to Live Here with Chronic Illnesses | A Chronic Voice

CLICK HERE to submit your own entry, and to read about other places, too! *Updated (18 Sep 2018): Kale. Also, images are all from Unsplash. What’s it Like in My City, Living with Chronic Illnesses Best thing about your city for living with chronic illness? Singapore is a tiny city-state that’s only 50 km (31 […]

Invisible Cities Linkup: Pros & Cons of Living with Chronic Illness in Your City | A Chronic Voice

A Resource on Disability, Travel & Culture I’ve always been interested in cultures, specifically the differences, and what’s considered ‘normal’ to each. Since I’m already paying for the inLinkz tool (affiliate link), I figured I’d create more linkups just for fun, on top of the monthly ones I run for those with chronic illnesses. If […]

Issue #127: Beautiful Portraits of Women with Ostomy Bags & How to Help a Friend Who May be Contemplating Suicide | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 14 September 2018. Issue #127. In this issue: Accept and surround yourself with supportive resources to heal from the bad days. The many thought responses to the comment, “but you don’t look sick”. Joy can also be found in small achievements, and not just during fun times. Beautiful portraits of women with invisible illnesses […]

Neurocore works on the principle of neuroplasticity. The subject is given a detailed exam of their brain activity using state-of-the-art EEG equipment. / A Chronic Voice / #sponsoredpost

*Note: This is a sponsored post. ADHD, which stands for attention deficit hyperactive disorder, has been a DSM-recognized condition since 1968. Since then, many controversies have erupted over the disease, its proper classification and the best way to treat it. While many laypeople view ADHD as just another kind of personality, which, in times past, […]

Find Your Way Back to Happiness with a Chronic Illness | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note from A Chronic Voice: As Lisa demonstrates in this post, we can glean inspiration and insight from many things in life, even if they may seem irrelevant or unrelated. I do believe that knowledge gained is never wasted. It expands our capacity for understanding, and often helps with problem solving in other areas of […]

Issue #126: The Hard Choices Beneath the Cheerful Demeanour & Your Mental Health is Also Affected When You're Physically Unwell | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 07 September 2018. Issue #126. In this issue: The hard choices beneath the cheerful demeanour, when you live with chronic pain. It’s okay to collapse on the bad days, and to deal with the despair bit by bit. Why would anyone bother to share their vulnerabilities on social media, when there’s so much negativity? […]

September 2018 Prompts: Reconnecting, Confessing, Relaxing, Romanticising & Sharing | www.achronicvoice.com

CLICK HERE to submit your own entry, and to read about what others are up to as well! Reconnecting with old friends and family. This is a rare thing for me to say because I enjoy being alone and am never bored, but I’ve reached a point of isolation overload 😉 I hardly have any […]

Issue #125: Giving Yourself Grace When Setting Goals & Using the 80% Rule to Manage Life with Chronic Illnesses | www.achronicvoice.com

Friday, 31 August 2018. Issue #125. In this issue: “You carry a large burden. You are not the burden.” Being aware that our normal looks a little different, and to give ourselves grace when setting goals. Having a diagnosis doesn’t always mean that people will believe you, including your family. Thinking I’d be all healthy […]