Issue #56: You've Survived Way Worse & 1st Batch of Best Motivation Tips | A Chronic Voice

Saturday, 06 May 2017. Issue #56. In this edition: 5 signs you’re stronger than you think. Celebrating victories on her 30th birthday. Anxiety in disguise – you’ve survived way worse. The need to treat mental illness with equal importance. Thoughts on success as a human being, from a house moving experience. Home remedies you can […]

#projChronicWisdom: Secret Motivation Tips for When You’re Unmotivated | Participate here:

Theme: Secret Motivation Tips for When You’re Unmotivated Question: We all have those days where we aren’t motivated to do anything. Everything becomes labourious, and we just want to lie in bed and stare at the wall. What is your best method of dealing with this? How do you get yourself up and going again? […]

In this edition: A poem expressing the fears of living with chronic pain. The sad perception in society on what disability is and more. | A Chronic Voice

Saturday, 29 Apr 2017. Issue #55. In this edition: A poem expressing the fears of living with chronic pain. Insight into a grand mal seizure experience. Colourful comics about anxiety. Imagining what sensory overload from sounds due to fibromyalgia is like. Clinging onto things that aren’t good for us. The sad perception in society on […]

Issue #54: Never Distract a Service Dog & Tips for Cooking with Chronic Pain | A Chronic Voice

Saturday, 22 Apr 2017. Issue #54. In this edition: Stress less while travelling with chronic illness. 10 things not to do when you see a service dog. How eight ‘spoons’ were lost in an hour. Five kitchen tips for cooking with chronic pain. Blessings of support amidst the storms of chronic life. Quotes on how […]

Issue #53: Healthy Purple Doughnuts and the Freezing Bite of One Tick | A Chronic Voice

Saturday, 15 Apr 2017. Issue #53. In this edition: A spotlight on Lyme disease – when your body can no longer regulate temperature, and don’t forget to wear tick repellent! Delicious, healthy recipes for chronic cooks. A fantastic list of educational resources on medical marijuana. The importance of self care to care for others better. […]

Issue #52: The Hope that Caring Doctors Give & Intimate Portraits of Pain | A Chronic Voice

Saturday, 08 Apr 2017. Issue #52. In this edition: The hope that rises when you get a doctor who cares. 16 important life lessons from Frankl’s bestseller. Quality time with your children while stuck in bed. What chronic pain patients can do for exercise. An intimate portrait of endometriosis pain. A vulnerable plea for a […]

Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl: 16 Applications in Chronic Illness (Full Post) | A Chronic Voice

*If you’ve already read part 1 and part 2, you can skip right to part 3! *Note: This post contains affiliate links. It will not cost you anything to click on them, but I will get a small referral fee from any purchase, which will be used to maintain this blog. Thank you. With 10 […]

Issue #51: Kicking Ass Every Damn Day, Tips on Staying Positive & More! | A Chronic Voice

Saturday, 01 Apr 2017. Issue #51. In this edition: How anxiety makes you feel like you’re going crazy. Reconnecting with ourselves to achieve human connection. 10 uplifting quotes. A call for those with chronic illnesses to share their experiences in these two online events. How unsolicited advice makes things worse. The kickass things people with […]

Issue #50: How it Becomes a Big Deal with Chronic Pain & More Insight | A Chronic Voice

Saturday, 25 Mar 2017. Issue #50. In this edition: Practical patience. A call to courage for men living with chronic illnesses in silence. Every bit counts. 15 snippets of endometriosis insight. Forgetting what we know in anxiety. Unpleasant muscle aches. Woman speaks out on viral photo making fun of her. 6 things that are a […]

The Big Difference between Empathy and Sympathy | A Chronic Voice

This animation is short, but brilliant 🙂 People who are suffering do not need sympathy; despise it even. The line between the two different worlds of empathy and sympathy is thin. So what makes all the difference? Connection. Not just with other people. We have to reconnect with ourselves as human beings first, before we’re […]