7 Ways to Be a Better Friend to Someone with a Chronic Illness (and 3 Things You Should Never Do) | A Chronic Voice

*Note from A Chronic Voice: Erica shares some simple tips on how you can be a good friend to someone with chronic illness. It’s difficult to put yourself in their shoes, and I wouldn’t expect that of anyone. But showing some empathy is possible, and providing a listening ear is always appreciated. Most importantly of […]

In issue 99: When people offer help, but you don’t know what you need. Fancy a 10 metre cane walk in an Olympics for spoonies? What saying “it could be worse” really sounds like to a sick person. The desire to be social and contribute to society, despite illness. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com | #chronicillness #spoonies #olympics #chroniclife #society #healthnews

Sat, 03 Mar 2018. Issue #99. In this issue: When people offer help, but you don’t know what you need. Fancy a 10 metre cane walk in an Olympics for spoonies? What saying “it could be worse” really sounds like to a sick person. Why Rare Disease Day is so important. When chronic illness dash […]

And just like that, we’re already into the second month of the new year. Without further ado, here are the prompts for the February linkup. I am excited to read about your chronic illness life, and to see what you have in store for the month! | www.achronicvoice.com | #achronicvoice #februarylinkup #linkup #february #spoonielife #chronicillness

And just like that, we’re already into the second month of the new year. I’d like to wish you Merry Christmas in advance 😉 Bad joke aside, I hope you had a good start and for those who made some resolutions, I hope they’re going well! February is a lovey-dovey month for some, with Valentine’s […]