February 2020 Linkup Party for People with Chronic Illnesses | A Chronic Voice

Hello February! How’s it looking for everyone? I hope it hasn’t been too bad of a start to the new year. It’s been going fairly well for me (for now) – spoonie fingers crossed. Have a look at February’s linkup below, and I look forward to reading your thoughts, life experiences and goals for February […]

Explaining Chronic Illness to People Who Don’t Understand | A Chronic Voice

*Note from A Chronic Voice: Marie makes some relatable points in this post, as many of us with chronic illness often have trouble explaining the level of pain we’re truly in. And with the way modern society is structured, we are often guilt ridden, and feel like a burden to our friends and family. It […]

A Day in the Life of a 'POTSie' (A What??) | A Chronic Voice

*Note from A Chronic Voice: Keira is a young lady who lives with Postural Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS), on top of five other major chronic and mental illnesses. She also likes photography, animal behaviour and travelling, and seizes those rare good moments to enjoy these lovely hobbies. In this blog post, she will be focussing on […]

October 2019 Linkup Party for People with Chronic Illnesses | A Chronic Voice

Hello autumn/spring! I’m quite envious of those of you who get to experience this nice transition period, whilst it’s ever hot and humid in Singapore. We’re entering the final quarter of the year, so I’m sure 2019 has some kind of sketchy blueprint to how it’s looking from an over all perspective by now. But […]

Sometimes, Physical Pain Isn’t the Worst Part About Chronic Illness. 40 Insightful Thoughts from People Who Live with Chronic Pain. | A Chronic Voice

When Pain is Chronic and Unseen Physical pain is no laughing matter, that’s for sure. When we mention the word ‘pain’, the type of pain that often comes to mind first is that of a physical nature. In fact, unbearable physical pain that becomes chronic is a major contributing factor to suicide risk. For people […]

My Virgin Interview on the 'Disabled to Enabled' Podcast

Interview on the ‘Disabled to Enabled’ Podcast I recently had the pleasure of being on the ‘Disabled to Enabled’ podcast, where Jessie Ace interviewed me. She interviews a new person every week, from doctors, to radio DJs, and bloggers! Personally I’m not a big fan of consuming content via videos or podcasts, and am more […]

August 2019 Linkup Party for People with Chronic Illnesses | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

It’s time to stop struggling against the rapid flow of 2019, since we’re already swept right into August. Is this what they meant when they say that life speeds by the older you get? (Even though I spent most of this year brain fogged and homebound so far?!) It’s National Day in Singapore this month, […]

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 […]

"A Day in the Life" Linkup: What's it Like to Live with a Disability or Chronic Illness? | Featured Image

*Updated: 21 Jun 2019 – Added one more question! Have you ever wondered what it’s like to live with a chronic illness or disability, or how different another person’s life looks like from yours? This linkup aims to answer those questions. Why Should You Share? Here are some good reasons to share about your life […]

The Power and Purpose of Blogging, and Why You Should Write featured image

*Note: This post was first published on writersam.co.uk Is Blogging About Chronic Illness Worth the Effort? Blogging about chronic illnesses can be hard work. For some, the exposure of their privacy or the intimacy of the topics can be a deterrent. Others struggle with expressing their thoughts, or posting content on a regular basis. Vicious, […]