My courage is visible. My invisible disabilities are not. When you see me, you can’t tell I’m disabled. Here’s what I want you to know about my life with invisible disabilities. This is my sixth time participating in Invisible Disabilities Awareness Week.
Art Therapy for Chronic Pain: Today’s interview is with Allyria. She is a pain patient in Taiwan. Learn she uses art to cope with her chronic pain.
The Flares of Our Lives – Soapy Drama for Pain Awareness: A little humor can go a long way with re-imagined soap operas and facts for Pain Awareness Month.
Costochondritis: Coping with chest wall pain with arthritis and fibromyalgia
What is costochondritis? Why does it happen? How is it diagnosed and treated?
Happy International Day of Persons with Disabilities in Taiwan! I’ve seen zero coverage in Taiwan and I hope this post raises some awareness for the disabled community in Taiwan.
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.
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.
You’ll never think of the cost of chronic illness and maintaining an income until it happens to you. Here’s a breakdown of what Spoonies think about.
Most chronically ill patients struggle to find purpose and meaning in life, and a great number of us do so with advocacy work. Some of us also seek volunteering opportunities, so today’s post is about finding the right kind of volunteer work when you are chronically ill.