16 Chronic Illness Bloggers Share Their Top Posts for 2020 | A Chronic Voice

Top Posts of 2020, With a Slight Twist! It’s been a while since I’ve done a year end top posts roundup, and this year I’d thought I’d do it with a slight twist! Top posts from other chronic illness bloggers will also be included, and they all live with different disorders and disabilities. A Variety […]

2021 January Writing Prompts for People with Chronic Illness and Disabilities | A Chronic Voice

Set Fear Alight, and Take That Flame of Hope into the New Year Here we are, at the start of a new chapter in our lives, with the January writing prompts to help organise some thoughts. 2020 has now been dubbed the year of the pandemic, where life stood at a semi-standstill for the modern […]

How to Survive the Holidays When Chronic Illness & Disability Cause Pain | A Chronic Voice

Oh, the Things the Holidays Bring… Many people love the holidays and Christmas season. This includes the disabled and those with chronic illness. All the warm, fuzzy feelings and gatherings with loved ones can bring real cheer. Yet many of us feel like we need to survive the holidays, too. The holidays bring along with […]

Chronic Illness Christmas Giveaway: Gifts for Every Body in Pain This Lonely Pandemic Season! | A Chronic Voice

It’s Time for the 2020 Chronic Illness Christmas Giveaway! It’s time for the 2020 Chronic Illness Christmas Giveaway on A Chronic Voice! I held one last year too, and found it to be such an enjoyable experience for all parties involved. Who doesn’t love a good (pain relieving or comforting) gift? With the pandemic going on […]

33 Things That Stop People with Chronic Illness From Leaving the House (Sans COVID-19) | A Chronic Voice

Lockdown for COVID-19 & for People with Chronic Illness The lockdown laws for the COVID-19 pandemic vary for different countries and states, but people with chronic illness live a life in lockdown of sorts on a daily basis. Parts of Europe are set to go back into full lockdown again at the time of publishing […]

Suffering with a Rare Disease, Isaac Syndrome, as Told from a Male Perspective | A Chronic Voice

*Note from A Chronic Voice: It always warms my heart when I hear a male voice speak up within the rare disease community, Isaac Syndrome in this case. Some facts from the Canadian Women’s Health Network: “Approximately 79% of the 8.5 million individuals worldwide diagnosed with an autoimmune disease are women.” And from NCBI: “The […]

The Savagery of Panic Attacks & The Saving Grace of Internet Friends | A Chronic Voice

*Content Warning & Disclaimer: Mentions of anxiety, depression and suicidal ideation. Do note that this article is meant for educational purposes and is not meant to be taken for medical advice in any form. This post also contains affiliate links. It will cost you nothing to click on them. I will get a small referral […]