Issue #250: Chronic Pain Alters Your Experience Despite Being in the Same Place & Napping May Seem Counterintuitive, But Pushing Through is Worse | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 29 January 2021. Issue #250. In this issue: There is no dead end in life per se; sometimes choices can be difficult to make, but stay curious and open to the wonder of life. The worries of a person with invisible illness navigating through society. Chronic pain can give you a different experience from […]

16 Chronic Illness Bloggers Share Their Top Posts for 2020 | A Chronic Voice

Top Posts of 2020, With a Slight Twist! It’s been a while since I’ve done a year end top posts roundup, and this year I’d thought I’d do it with a slight twist! Top posts from other chronic illness bloggers will also be included, and they all live with different disorders and disabilities. A Variety […]

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 #248: Walking Isn't the Goal for Many Disabled People & Sex is Only One of the Many Aspects of a Good Relationship | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 15 January 2021. Issue #248. In this issue: Sex is only one of many aspects of a good relationship; the ultimate goal is to bond on an emotional, physical, mental and even spiritual level. We heal when we start to believe that it is a possibility, and with the help of others. We can […]

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 #246: There is a Human Being Beneath the Diagnosis & A Glimpse Into the Lives of the Chronically Ill, Who Have Been Living in Isolation Long Before the Pandemic | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 01 January 2021. Issue #246. In this issue: Panic attacks isn’t just ‘irritation’ in its simple form, but one that carries pulses of electrical anxiety that eventually floods your brain. Let’s take the fear from 2020, set it alight with hope, and take that forward via the January writing prompts. Doctors need to know […]

2021 January Writing Prompts for People with Chronic Illness and Disabilities | A Chronic Voice

Set Fear Alight, and Take That Flame of Hope into the New Year Here we are, at the start of a new chapter in our lives, with the January writing prompts to help organise some thoughts. 2020 has now been dubbed the year of the pandemic, where life stood at a semi-standstill for the modern […]

Issue 245: Mobility Aids are Symbols of Independence and Freedom & You Know You're in Good Hands When a Doctor Treats You with Humanity | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 25 December 2020. Issue #245. In this issue: The evolution of wish lists with chronic illness, and the ultimate desire for a better quality of life. Gifts don’t always have to be a tangible item that you buy; experiences and physical assistance count, too. Heaps of free wallpapers for you to download (most popular […]

Congratulations to These Participants in the Chronic Illness Christmas Giveaway! | A Chronic Voice

Congratulations to These Giveaway Participants! The Chronic Illness Christmas Giveaway was a lot of fun to run for the past two weeks! We had 35 generous companies and individuals, who stepped up to sponsor hundreds of awesome gifts! Which is wonderful in light of how depressing 2020 has been with the lockdown and pandemic. I […]