December 2018 Linkup Party for People with Chronic Illnesses | A Chronic Voice

It’s the holiday season, and that could mean different things to different people. While it’s a time to celebrate, bond over good food and wine, give and receive, it might also be a trigger for others. Perhaps they lost a loved one around this time, or the gatherings trigger their social anxiety. You may feel […]

Issue #136: Chronic Illnesses are Tricky Due to How Individualistic They are & How They Impact the Whole Family | www.achronicvoice.com

Friday, 16 November 2018. Issue #136. In this issue: Chronic illnesses are tricky due to how individualistic they are, and tips from 40 people on how they cope. It’s difficult to comprehend your fragile mortality when you’re healthy. Listen to support, sometimes what you say may hurt. Husband gets angry whenever his wife feels unwell […]

Hey You...It's Me (M.E. Struggles & a Tribute to the Human Spirit) | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note from A Chronic Voice: Lisa does have a way with words, as she pours her heart out into this powerful piece about M.E. (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis) and her struggles with it. She is a regular contribution on this blog, and I always look forward to what she has to say. The coping strategies and knowledge […]

November 2018 Prompts: Meeting, Advocating, Tweaking, Working & Curating | A Chronic Voice

CLICK HERE to submit your own entry, and to read about what others are up to as well! Meeting Most of us spend lots of time meeting a selection of doctors, even though we’d rather be well enough to meet our friends or family. Some of us don’t like meeting people at all, or maybe […]

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. […]