BELIEVE US: Invisible Illness Awareness Week 2019

BELIEVE US: Invisible Illness Awareness Week 2019 – How to show compassion when someone says they are disabled or have an invisible illness. Continue Reading →

Learning to Love Your Chronically Ill Body

Written in honor of World Mental Health Awareness Day and World Arthritis Day 2019 – Learning to love your chronically ill body is possible. Here are some things to remember. Continue Reading →

Failing, Succeeding, Pausing, Deciding and Thriving with Chronic Illness

Failing, Succeeding, Pausing, Deciding and Thriving with Chronic Illness – Read about how I’m managing my chronic life and learning from it every day. Continue Reading →

Surviving the Holidays with Chronic Illness

The holiday season for chronic illness warriors is stressful and hard. Here are some tips on surviving the holidays with chronic illness without flaring. Continue Reading →

Chronic Illness Prompts: Meeting, Advocating, Tweaking, Working, Curating

Chronic Illness Prompts: Meeting, Advocating, Tweaking, Working, Curating – What chronic illness bloggers write about when given writing prompts to write about their chronic lives. Continue Reading →

Invisible in Taiwan: Living in Taipei with Chronic Illness

Invisible in Taiwan: Living in Taipei with Chronic Illness – What it’s like to live in Taipei and New Taipei with chronic illness and mobility challenges. Continue Reading →

Art Therapy for Chronic Pain – Interview with Jeane Trend-Hill

MSW Interviews: Introducing Jeane Trend-Hill, a visual artist who photographs her assemblage pieces to showcase her experience with osteoporosis and with IBD, specifically, ulcerative colitis. Continue Reading →

Figuring, Completing, Boring, Cuddling, Chatting – August 2018 Linkup Party for People with Chronic Illnesses

A Chronic Voice hosts a link-up party each month for those of us who are chronically ill. Sheryl’s writing prompts for August are: Figuring, Completing, Boring, Cuddling, and Chatting. Continue Reading →

Mobility Challenges and What An Exoskeleton Can Do For You

The day I got a call about testing a robotic exoskeleton designed for assisting people with mobility issues was life-changing. We knew things would be difficult for us when I got sick, but we didn’t know I’d lose the use of my legs. My life changed with KEEOGO. Continue Reading →