April is Sarcoidosis Awareness Month and April 13, being World Sarcoidosis Day, I’ve dedicated this post to my brother who had sarcoidosis.
MSW Interviews: Art Therapy Series for Migraine
In our latest chronic illness art interview, we learn about artist Amanda Ingrassia and how she uses art to cope with Hemiplegic Migraine and what she recommends to new chronic illness warriors who are interested in using art to cope with pain.
Chronic pain quotes that pain patients can relate to – When life has you down and you’re not sure if you have words to describe your pain, you can trust that someone somewhere has helped. Chronic pain quotes like these let chronic pain patients know they’re not alone.
We’re learning about FND and finding wellness with Alison Hayes in today’s MSW Interview series. Learn from this talented health advocate.
October 12 – It’s World Arthritis Day! I’ve been living with Axial Spondyloarthritis (Ankylosing Spondylitis) and osteoarthritis for over a decade. Last week I found out I have ANOTHER arthritis diagnosis! Ta-da! My rheumy has decided I have Psoriatic Arthritis! Guess what? AS and PsA are subsets of Spondyoarthropathies. I didn’t even know it’s possible […]
Learning About Invisible Disabilities with Carrie at MySeveralWorlds.com
Learn more about how patients live with Invisible Disabilities and why we need more awareness.
I’m often asked how friends can support me or other patients living with chronic pain or chronic illness. This article introduces ways that you can help people like me. How to Help Someone Living with Chronic Pain If you know someone who is living with chronic pain, like most people the instinct to help is almost […]
In honor of September being Pain Awareness Month, I’ve kicked the month off with a post featuring 8 women in pain health bloggers to follow.
BELIEVE US: Invisible Illness Awareness Week 2019 – How to show compassion when someone says they are disabled or have an invisible illness.
Let’s talk about pain for chronic pain awareness month. This is my chronic pain story. I hope it helps others understand what it is like to live with in pain. You are not alone.