Issue #82: Winter Essentials for Spoonies & Challenging Society with #InvisiblyDisabledLooksLike. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Sat, 4 Nov 2017. Issue #82. In this issue: Ancient wisdom from Lao Tzu. How a single word change can make a huge difference. #InvisiblyDisabledLooksLike – challenging society’s perception of disability. Winter essentials for spoonies. The subtle signs of falling into a rut. The November linkup party is out! Health is the greatest wealth, yet […]

In Issue 81: 5 coping skills for depression. Redefining “have to’s” on our own terms. Celebrating the powerful kindness of caregivers. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 28 October 2017. Issue #81. In this issue: Participate in the new weekly blog boost linkup on A Chronic Voice. Simple ways to raise awareness about chronic illness. Are people with chronic illnesses good at self-care? Five coping skills for depression. How a spoonie’s life was saved by a nurse whom she’s never met. […]

Top Health Tweets Issue #80: That Feeling When You Get a Doctor Who Listens & Tips to End Painsomnia | www.achronicvoice.com

Sat, 21 Oct. Issue #80. In this issue: How I learned to befriend my inner child. Tips to end the vicious painsomnia cycle. Q&A: What are some secret pockets of time you look forward to every day? Adaptation is our greatest strength and flaw as human beings. Living a passion-filled life with Multiple Sclerosis. When […]

Issue #78: Pampering as a Tool to Manage Pain & Tips for Working with Chronic Illness | www.achronicvoice.com

07 October, Saturday. Issue #78. In this edition: Join the October spoonie party! Seeing beyond our own scope of suffering. Using minimalism to cope with chronic pain. Pampering as a tool to manage chronic pain. Tips for working with chronic illness. Tips for coping with anxiety, depression and sadness. Everybody loves a hot water bottle, […]

How Do You Bounce Back from A Mental Illness That You Can't Recover From? | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note from A Chronic Voice: Angela started blogging after she was diagnosed with major depression and general anxiety disorder, which subsequently spiralled into a long list of other mental disorders. She hopes to raise awareness on these highly stigmatised illnesses, and we’re honoured to have her here with us today: Depression. ADHD and OCD tendencies. […]

Issue #70: The Power and Purpose of Writing & a Beautiful Profession by a Caregiver. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 12 August 2017. Issue #70. In this issue: When you speak up, you advocate for more than just yourself. How to make the most of your holiday with chronic illness. Working with pain and how to manage it. Looking deeper and seeing invisible illness. Happiness and pain can exist together. How reading gives us […]

Issue #63: A Seaside Vacation with Migraines & a Male's POV on Fibromyalgia - Click to read or pin to save for later - www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 24 Jun 2017. Issue #63. In this edition: Trying flotation therapy for chronic pain relief. Happiness starts right at home in our hearts. Tips for managing PoTs this summer season. I can give some more, despite whatever I feel. Going on a seaside vacation with migraines. Nine ways to manage chronic pain and self-care. […]

Flotation Therapy at Palm Avenue Float Club: Did it do Anything for My Chronic Pain? - A Chronic Voice

What Got Me Curious About Flotation Therapy Flotation therapy has been within my interest radar for quite some time. Reviews from other chronic illness bloggers keep popping up on my social media feeds, and they are all positive. Most of these bloggers are caucasian women with fibromyalgia, however. There’s even an entire research project dedicated […]

Issue #62: Handmade Goods by Spoonies & a Sensible Voice on Pain Medications - Click to read or pin to save for later - A Chronic Voice

Saturday, 17 Jun 2017. Issue #62. In this edition: Dealing with the chronic illness cards we’ve been dealt with in life. Choosing to deal with and fight the pain of mental abuse after 22 years. Impossibility is merely a riddle. The frustration of proving her CRPS (chronic regional pain syndrome) is real. Our current mental […]