In this issue: Up close and personal with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in Jennifer Brea’s film, “Unrest”. Designing a new menstrual cup for disabled women out of necessity. The difficult question of disability and ability to work. Why it’s important not to hide your pain and feelings. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com | #achronicvoice #healthnews #spoonielife #chronicillness #painmanagement

Sat, 20 Jan 2018. Issue #93. In this issue: Up close and personal with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in Jennifer Brea’s film, “Unrest”. Designing a new menstrual cup for disabled women out of necessity. When doctors should be on your side, but aren’t. When everyone seems to be adulting, but not you. The difficult question of […]

A Review of 'Zero to Hero': A Fitness Programme Designed for People with Chronic Pain | www.achronicvoice.com

A Brief Introduction I had the wonderful privilege of trying out the Zero to Hero online workout programme for free, designed and run by Megan Densmore. It’s based on pilates and tailored for those who live with chronic pain, who are unable to keep up with a full on fitness regime. Megan herself lives with […]

Issue #90: Stress Less by Cultivating Your Tribe & the Dilemmas of a Mother in a Wheelchair. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com | #achronicvoice #healthnews #spoonies #chronicillness #chronicpain

Sat, 30 Dec 2017. Issue #90. In this issue: Stress less by cultivating your tribe. The stigma of being sad during holiday seasons. Why wear makeup even when while feeling ill. How can one be so opinionated on something you’ve never had to struggle with? The dilemmas of a mother in a wheelchair. The isolation […]

“It’s in My Blood”: Diane Murray – Of Art, Aikido & Activism | www.achronicvoice.com

Featuring Diane Murray of “Spoonie Living” Diane seems like someone who really knows how to make the best out of her life, and it was a pleasure working with her on this interview! She lives with a number of chronic and mental illnesses, but that hasn’t stopped her from picking up aikido and foreign languages. […]

Issue #89: An Interesting Peek into One Spoonie’s Life & the Draining Effect of Endless Fatigue. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Sat, 23 Dec 2017. Issue #89. In this issue: Those who live with chronic illnesses may find holidays and events dreadful; here’s what you can do. Learning to be okay with chronic illness, but making changes where possible. Practical perspectives and ideas for coping with chronic pain. The draining effect of endless fatigue. An interesting […]

"It's in My Blood": Bree Dixon - Paris Je T'aime, Even with Chronic Pain | www.achronicvoice.com

Featuring Bree Dixon of “3 Sisters Abroad” Bree enjoys travelling, especially with her two sisters, and her blog has some lovely pictures of the adventurous trio! She fell in love with Paris at first sight, and loves visiting Europe in general. She also has an interest in photography, and combines them with her passion for […]

Issue 88: Things That Make Life Worth It Despite Chronic Pain & a Homemade Happiness Jar. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com | #tophealthnews #healthnews #chronicillness #spoonielife #chronicpain

Sat, 16 Dec 2017. Issue #88. In this issue: What it’s like to live with pain day in and out, and the things that make life worth it. Share how you’ll be ending the year with 5 prompts. There is always something to work on within ourselves. Make your own diffuser ornament with essential oils. […]

“It’s in My Blood” Feature #9: Sarah Frison | Chronic illnesses. Inherent gifts. Endless possibilities. | www.achronicvoice.com

Featuring Sarah Frison, a Pastry Chef from Belgium Sarah is our first interviewee from Belgium, and she’s also a trained pastry chef! While she is unable to continue on this career path due to chronic illness, she now uses her knowledge to help others by using a stepped nutritional approach. When people approach her for […]