Issue #232: The Difficulty of Dealing with Emotions When in Constant Pain & You May Feel Helpless, But Just Showing Up Can Mean a Great Deal | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 25 September 2020. Issue #232. In this issue: Whilst society has been led to believe that disabilities equal wheelchairs, disability actually comes in all shapes and sizes. The rudeness of doctors when you’re in pain can be doubly hard to bear. You may feel tiny and helpless, but just showing up for a friend […]

Issue #231: A Comprehensive List of Assistive Devices from the Disabled Community & Great Chronic Illness Bloggers to Follow | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 18 September 2020. Issue #231. In this issue: The first step to living life on your own terms is to face the enemy within and accept your chronic illness. The trouble with Chinese herbs with Antiphospholipid Syndrome, as many have blood thinning or thickening effects. The many reasons to join in the Linkups here: […]

Issue #229: The Feeling of Exclusion in Society with the Lack of Accessibility & The Importance of Advocating for Yourself at the Doctor's | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 04 September 2020. Issue #229. In this issue: Thinking outside of the box to find meaning, and realising that you can do and be whatever you want to be. The importance of verifying your tweet sources, and remaining respectful towards others’ opinions. I can only imagine how nice it must be to watch the […]

Issue #228: Self Compassion is it Root of Self-Care & We Have the Right to Understand What Our Treatments Do as Patients

Friday, 28 August 2020. Issue #228. In this issue: Simply being there for someone in pain can mean the world to them. Expanding the Chronic Illness Social Pod together as a team. Twitter can be great for advocacy issues, and it can be encouraging to see chronic illnesses recognised and campaigned for. Positivity can become […]

Issue #227: Disabled People to Follow on YouTube & Never Take It Lightly When Someone Hints That They are Suicidal

Friday, 21 August 2020. Issue #227. In this issue: When life (or death) teases you with good health for a short period of time as a chronically ill person. CBD research in the works, including Epidiolex as the first FDA approved drug for treating rare forms of seizures. The most dangerous period during pregnancy with […]

Issue #226: When Chronic Illness Takes Away your Fun Identity & An Inclusive Society Benefits All as We Thrive on Diverse Contributions | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 14 August 2020. Issue #226. In this issue: Not all disabilities are visible so don’t make assumptions. Small acts of kindness can seem like a huge act of mercy to someone who’s in pain. I can only do what I can do as a person with chronic illness, and flow through life in a […]