Chronic Illness Journal Prompt of the Week

A new journal prompt is shared each week to help those living with a chronic illness document their thoughts and feelings.

Welcome and get ready to journal with this week’s new chronic illness journal prompt!

Each week this post will be updated with a writing prompt for your personal use.

Why use journal prompts? Because sometimes, chronic illness symptoms and pain blind us from things. They could hide or diminish something wonderful or make us just not want to think about anything tough.

My chronic illness journal prompts are designed to make you think. Sometimes deeper than others, but always about things that you should think about, even if you don’t realize it.

These prompts are free, and new ones will be added weekly.

Happy journaling!

If you're living with a chronic illness, then The Disabled Diva can help you document your thoughts and feelings. Each week, a new journal prompt is shared to help get you started. These prompts are kind and gentle, perfect for those who need some extra support. Come join us!
Living with a chronic illness can be tough, but it's important to document your thoughts and feelings. The Disabled Diva shares new journal prompts each week to help you on your journey. Come join us!
If you're living with a chronic illness, it can be tough to document your thoughts and feelings. This journal prompt is designed to help make the process a little bit easier. Each week, a new prompt will be shared to help you get started.
If you're living with a chronic illness, document your thoughts and feelings each week with these journal prompts. You never know, writing down your experiences could help someone else feel less alone.
If you're living with a chronic illness, then these journal prompts will help you document your thoughts and feelings. The prompts are designed to be kind and supportive, so that you can track your progress over time. Join the community of disabled divas who are committed to self-care and growth!
If you're living with a chronic illness, then these journal prompts will help you document your thoughts and feelings. Each prompt is designed to help you reflect on your journey and provide insight into your life. Come join The Disabled Diva community and start journaling today..

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Current Journal Prompt

August 7, 2022: Diagnosis Day Emotions: Think about all the emotions felt at the time of your 1st chronic illness diagnosis. Which feelings have you dealt with, which still need dealing with?

Diagnosis Day Emotions: Think about all the emotions felt at the time of your 1st chronic illness diagnosis. Which feelings have you dealt with, which still need dealing with?

Want more? Scroll down for prompts from the past few weeks, or click here for even more!

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July 18, 2022: If you could time travel, would you rather go to the future or the past? Why? And how does your chronic illness factor into your decision?

Chronic Illness Journal Prompt of the Week. Time Travel

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Diagnosed in 2001 with psoriasis, followed by fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, endometriosis, and later a botched hysterectomy turned her world upside down. Cynthia shares her experience, advice, and tips for how to make life with chronic pain easier and less painful.

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