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My Life With Chronic Pain After Being Misdiagnosed With Addiction By Patti A. I am writing this article from the perspective of being a patient who has a Chronic Pain Condition as well as having an unwarranted, Doctor imposed label of “Addiction”. What no one seems to really understand is that my Chronic Pain Condition is[…]
Gifts I Didn’t Ask For (This blog by Ellie turned into a gift that I was not expecting. When you get to the end, her words will inspire you to look at your life as its Chronically Awesome gifts.) I meet the awesomely cool Jules Shapiro, founder and executive director of the Chronically Awesome Foundation[…]
I Just Want To Be Seen A Guest Blog by Ellie I Googled invisible illness. I know what they are. I live with them every day, but I wanted to see what the internet had to say about them. The internet offers up a basic and obvious definition – a chronic health condition with no[…]
This week the theme of Invisible Illness Week is SeeThe Invisible. Here are 30 Things You May Not Know About My Invisible Illness 1. The illnesses I live with are: Bipolar Disorder and it’s associated drawbacks, EDS and the degrading joint and tissue disorders that occur over time with the disease, PTSD, I am a nearly[…]
Thank you to United Advocacy Australia for sharing your Invisible Illness Week “30 Things” Meme with The Chronically Awesome Foundation. Read the original post here. 1.The illness‘ I live with are: Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Polymyalgia Rheumatica, General Anxiety Disorder, Agoraphobia, Social Anxiety Disorder, Migraines, Temporomandibular joint Disorder, I also have Hypertension and GERD 2.I was[…]
5 Sleep Tips To Help People With Chronic Illness Sleep Better And Ease Pain A guest post by Jennifer Scott of SpiritFinder.org 5 Tips To Help People With Chronic Illness Sleep Better And Ease Pain By Jennifer Scott of SpiritFinder.org People with chronic illness and those who experience chronic pain, which can be directly associated with[…]
Support and The Chronically Ill Most patients are hesitant to share their feelings with their loved ones. Patients bury the depth of their fear and their pain, hiding a big piece of themselves from the people who care for them. This reluctance to share along with the limitations imposed by the disease can form a[…]