12 Simple Lessons You Can Use to Manage Stress Today | A Chronic Voice

Thich Nhat Hanh’s writings on mindfulness and peace are popular worldwide due to their simplicity. ‘How to Relax’ is one of the many books in his ‘Mindfulness Essentials’ series. There is also ‘How to Sit’, ‘How to Eat’, ‘How to Love’ and more. Today’s review features the best tips for stress management that I found […]

Issue #202: Neglecting Self-Care Leads to Deterioration of Mental Health & Little Love Letters to Yourself, for Those Dark Days | A Chronic Voice

Monday, 02 March 2020. Issue #202. In this issue: Self-care isn’t indulgent; neglecting it leads to deterioration of mental health and more. Sometimes the pain feels like forever, but take one breath in and out, and survive. Little love letters and guideposts for those days when it gets too dark. The loss of a passion […]

Issue #200: All You Need to Know About COVID-19 in One Place & Chronic Illness is a Daily Loss and Grieving, Rather Than a One Time Thing | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 14 Feb 2020. Issue #200. Happy Valentines’ Day to all! In this issue: The happiness of breathing in fresh, cold air after being cooped up at home for days from pain. Healthcare costs add up quickly, and usually patients only manage to achieve a quality of life that’s manageable rather than good. My wine […]

‘Stress Less’ Now: a Complete Course by a Psychologist Who Lives with Chronic Illness | A Chronic Voice | Featured Image

*Note: This post contains affiliate links. It will not cost you anything to click on them, but I will get a small referral fee from any purchase, which will be used to maintain this blog. Thank you! Stress is Part of Life, and More so with Chronic Illness I have a friend, Julie, whom I […]

Issue #149: When Others Minimise Pain as if it Were a Competition & How to Support Those with Chronic Illnesses | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 15 February 2019. Issue #149. In this issue: When others don’t empathise but minimise, as if pain were a competition. Naps do not kill chronic fatigue. You never know what someone is going through, and how to support those with chronic illnesses. With all the innovations in the world, why are cinemas lagging in […]

Yoga Poses to Help You De-Stress and Ease You into Sleep | A Chronic Voice

*Disclaimer: This article is meant for educational purposes, and is not to be substituted for medical advice. Please consult your own doctor before changing or adding new treatment protocols. This is a sponsored post, and all image sources are from Siddhi Yoga. Chronic stress can lead to a variety of health issues, as your body […]

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 […]

September 2017 Prompts: Resisting, Learning, Struggling, Supporting & Changing | www.achronicvoice.com

What will you be resisting, learning, struggling with, supporting and changing for the month? You’re free to interpret these keywords however you wish; here’s my own list! I hope you’ll join me here on this parallel journey that’s similar yet different in so many ways 🙂 *Note: This post contains affiliate links. It will not […]

How Essential Oils Can Benefit You: Interview with Sally of "Hope, Health, Healing". Click to read or pin to save for later | www.achronicvoice.com

*Note from A Chronic Voice: Sally first contacted me when I expressed curiosity and interest towards essential oils on social media. She kindly offered to send some free samples (which I’ve featured in this post), and also agreed to an interview! She shares her knowledge of their benefits both for everyday usage, and as a […]

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 #61: A Close Look at Stockholm Syndrome & an Affordable Gluten-free Diet - Click to read or pin to save for later - A Chronic Voice

Saturday, 10 Jun 2017. Issue #61. In this edition: How trying to avoid stress can cause more stress. The correlation between Stockholm Syndrome and mental health. A collection of inspirational posts from those with chronic illnesses. Quotes on happiness and life lessons. A much-needed reminder on how illness can take away your control, but not […]