Issue #143: Facebook Support Groups that are Actually Positive & Don't Judge When a Sick Person is Out Having that Rare Day of Fun | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 04 Jan 2019. Issue #143. In this issue: Focusing on your pain and problems can be a waste of precious time and energy. Why are people so quick to judge the reality of your pain when you’re out having a good time? Letting go of old baggage in the new year. Travelling as means […]

Issue #128: The Fear that People Think You’re Faking Your Illness & Things a Doctor-Patient Want You to Know | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 21 September 2018. Issue #128. In this issue: The ironic upside of living in a country that’s strict with drug laws like Singapore. A common fear that people might think we’re faking our illness, just because we can still get stuff done on the good days. Things a doctor who’s also a patient want […]

Issue #124: Strange Migraine Cure Suggestions from People Who Don't Live with It Daily & You're Allowed to Enjoy Your Life Despite Disability or Illness | www.achronicvoice.com

Friday, 24 August 2018. Issue #124. In this issue: How weather changes can leave you in a state of perpetual fatigue. Check out Lemonayde, a dating app built for people with health challenges in mind. When there’s a letter from a spoonie waiting for you in the mailbox, rather than the usual bills and junk. […]

In this issue: There is no need to apologise for an illness you didn’t ask for. Taking meds to tamp down pain levels, barely enough to get everyday duties done. Being ill doesn’t discount you from the right to be in a happy relationship, or the ability to contribute in different ways. Click to read more or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com | #healthnews #chronicillness #spoonies #health #achronicvoice #medicine

Saturday, 21 April 2018. Issue #106. In this issue: There is no need to apologise for an illness you didn’t ask for. Taking meds to tamp down pain levels, barely enough to get everyday duties done. Learning that a slower pace of life is healthier in the long run. The grey area of passive suicide. […]

In this issue: Acceptance is embracing all parts of yourself, even the ones you wish weren’t there, and giving yourself permission to feel without judgment. The decision to stop working is sometimes a personal one, and at other times one that’s forced upon you. Tips for surviving extended hospital bed rest. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com | #chronicillness #chronicpain #spoonie #marriage #selfawareness

Saturday, 07 April 2018. Issue #104. In this issue: Acceptance is embracing all parts of yourself, even the ones you wish weren’t there, and giving yourself permission to feel without judgment. The dilemmas of being ill after marriage. Sick Lessons is live, thanks to these contributors! Why you don’t have to be Strong, just a […]