Issue #159: Accepting Help as a Mother with Chronic Illness Only Benefits Your Family & the Power of Steroids - Good and Bad | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 03 May 2019. Issue #159. In this issue: Painkillers can be helpful in nipping a big flare at the bud. Managing unnecessary stress of unwanted advice by either nodding along mindlessly, or adding to the block list in life. A blood test created by Stanford University to detect Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis). The […]

How to Handle a Demanding Job When Living with a Chronic Illness | A Chronic Voice

*Note: This is a sponsored post. If you have a chronic illness, trying to maintain a full-time job alongside other commitments can be challenging. Pushing yourself to the limits can leave you feeling exhausted and frustrated. However, what you may not realize is chronic illnesses are much more common than you think. Your health should […]

Issue #158: Writing as a Means to Understanding and Coping with Pain & Your ‘Unsociable’ Friend Really Wants to Stay in Touch | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 26 April 2019. Issue #158. In this issue: The interesting home hacks and resources I’ve learned from other bloggers. Concentrating your limited energy on positive thoughts and activities, instead of wasting it on self blame. Don’t give up on your ‘unsociable’ friend, we really do want to stay in touch. What the healthy and […]

Useful Home Resources I Never Knew Existed (and Learned About from Other Chronic Illness Blogs) | A Chronic Voice

*Note: Whilst this post is kindly sponsored by Handicare Stairlifts, all opinions expressed in it are my own. As we know by now, living with a visible or invisible disability imposes many challenges on your daily life. Simple movements are not that simple and add up quickly. Many of us keep an ‘energy cheque book’, […]

Issue #157: The Mimicry of Autoimmune Disorders & Gratitude May be a Simple Activity, but It Trains Your Brain to Seek Positivity | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 19 April 2019. Issue #157. In this issue: Autoimmune disorders mimic so many symptoms that even doctors have difficulty telling them apart at times. Living with chronic illness is a constant education on coping mentally and physically. Gratitude may be a simple activity, but it trains your brain to seek positivity. Emilia Clarke’s commitment […]

4 Everyday Scenarios We’re Not Sure How to be Polite About and Why | A Chronic Voice

*Note: I wrote this post two years ago and to be honest, I don’t really face any of these issues anymore, but only because I’ve been speaking up for myself with more ease as time goes by. People around me are also more aware since well…I bombard their feeds with such topics every day 😉 […]

When Autoimmune Disorder Ravages Your Face (and How That Led to My Body Dysmorphic Disorder) - Guest Post by: Julia Métraux | A Chronic Voice

*Note from A Chronic Voice: Julia is passionate about writing and contributes to various online publications. She aims to raise awareness on rare diseases and mental health, and we’re honoured to have her share her story with us here today. The stress of living with either chronic illness, permanent injury, or mental illness is one […]