Issue #132: There are Always Opportunities for Gratitude and Joy & Princess Eugenie’s Scoliosis Scar on Her Wedding Day | www.achronicvoice.com

Friday, 19 October 2018. Issue #132. In this issue: It’s easy to lose your optimism when you become sick, but opportunities for gratitude and joy are still there. Your body isn’t what it was yesterday, or will be tomorrow. Breaking stigma by fostering healthy conversation. Princess Eugenie’s shows her scoliosis surgery scar on her wedding […]

What’s it Like to Live with a Heart Rhythm Disorder? | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note: Whilst this post is sponsored by Aeroflow in collaboration with the Chronic Illness Bloggers network, all opinions expressed are my own. The Added Chaos of Randomness I was in a mad rush last week, checking off doctor appointments and errands before my trip to Taiwan. A holiday is always a welcome and happy event, […]

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 […]

August 2018 Prompts: Figuring, Completing, Boring, Cuddling & Chatting | www.achronicvoice.com

CLICK HERE to submit your own entry, and to read about what others are up to as well! Figuring out some new symptoms again. To be a person with chronic illness is to be an enigma. The need to deal with a constant stream of puzzles arises, mysteries that you either solve or live with. […]

Issue #120: Your Doctor Should Never Dismiss Your Pain & Why it's Important to be Honest With and About Your Pain | www.achronicvoice.com

Friday, 27 July 2018. Issue #120. In this issue: How humility gives me that little push to share about life with chronic illnesses, and why that’s important. Often just by being there with someone in unbearable pain, is the most important thing you can do. The constant assessments needed simply to live with chronic pain, […]

Issue #118: What People with Chronic Illnesses Struggle with the Most & Pre-Planning Recovery Days is a Vital Pacing Strategy | www.achronicvoice.com

Friday, 13 July 2018. Issue #118. In this issue: A Twitter poll and discussion, on what people with chronic illnesses struggle with the most. Yes, you’re allowed to feel upset for awhile when you’re having a bad day. What we wish others would understand about losing your career due to chronic illness. A major self-identity […]

July 2018 Prompts: Adding, Spreading, Ranting, Protecting, Dividing | www.achronicvoice.com

CLICK HERE to submit your own entry, and to read about what others are up to as well! Adding more nutritious foods into my daily diet. My partner and I had our first session with the nutritional therapist last month! It was all very interesting, especially the interpretation of my blood tests from a new […]

The Stories We Tell Ourselves: Prisons or Paths to Freedom (Guest Post by Rose Roberts) | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note from A Chronic Voice: Rose does a beautiful job articulating the struggles with self-worth and self-trust that many of us with chronic illness experience. Society has many pre-conceived, rigid notions of how a person should and shouldn’t be, which can strip away the essence of our humanity. Read Rose’s story about how her illness […]