February Writing Prompts for People with Chronic Illnesses & Disabilities | A Chronic Voice

I’m entering the month with a pesky cough which isn’t very fun. The COVID swab at the GP came back negative; it was very efficient and they texted me the results the next day. Anyway, what will you be up to this February? We know the pandemic’s going to be a while so if you […]

Friday, 22 January 2021. Issue #249. In this issue: Whilst insurance may provide a wheelchair, often their quality isn’t sufficient for a decent quality of life and even cause more aches and pains. We are all unique individuals with different strengths and weaknesses, who deserve a voice and to form connections. Not wanting to weigh […]

Issue 247: Cooking Hacks for the Chronically Ill & It's Possible to Live a Full and Fulfilled Life with Chronic Illness; Don't Diminish That | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 08 January 2021. Issue #247. In this issue: Buying pre-cut vegetables can really relieve those aching hands and other cooking hacks for the chronically ill. You did not fail anything when trying a new medication that didn’t work – the drug failed you. Creativity can help you to cope with the stress and anxiety […]

Issue #244: Ways to Cope with the Cold with Chronic Illness & 95% of People with Chronic Pain Suffer from Insomnia | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 18 December 2020. Issue #244. In this issue: A ‘slanket’ (sweater plus blanket) can be awesome for coping with the winter cold with Multiple Sclerosis. Over 95% of people with chronic pain would meet the clinical diagnosis of insomnia. A compilation of what hurts and helps the most over the holiday season, from 18 […]