Why Painkillers are One of My Biggest Allies for a Decent Quality of Life | A Chronic Voice

The Many Negative Associations with Painkillers Painkillers – hero, villain, friend and foe in one. What’s your opinion about them? Have you been told: Don’t take them, they’re bad for your liver and body. You’ll become reliant, dependent, or addicted to them. A good-for-nothing, pathetic junky. You’ll need more and more of them to kill […]

December Prompts: Discovering, Rediscovering, Anticipating, Decluttering & Cherishing. | www.achronicvoice.com

What or who will you be discovering, rediscovering, anticipating, decluttering and cherishing this November? You’re free to interpret these keywords as you like, and here’s my list! I hope you’ll join me in sharing more insight about life with chronic illnesses 🙂 Click here to submit your own entry, and to read what others are […]

A Rollercoaster of Hope and Disappointment: Jenni's Infertility Story | www.achronicvoice.com

*A Note from A Chronic Voice: The consideration for motherhood crosses the mind of every woman at some point in time, whether she is healthy or ill. Some may decide they never want children but for others, it may be the biggest dream of their lives. To learn that you’re infertile or will never be […]

An Anaphylaxis Reaction in Between Shady Years - Click to read or pin to save for later - www.achronicvoice.com

Welcome to Adult Life I entered my adult years in turmoil no thanks to Lupus. At 20 I developed epilepsy, then leukopenia, crippling arthritis pains and endometrial polyps in the years to follow. Some of these were a direct result of my illnesses, and others were side effects of medications taken to control them. I […]