Chronic Illness Word Play Game of the Week

word play game of the week chronic illness edition

Do you suffer from a chronic illness and like word play games?

Feeling a little foggy lately?

If so, this post is for you! Every week we’re going to play a fun word game. Each week’s game is all about words that describe different aspects of chronic illness.

Word play games provide a great distraction from pain. No, they won’t eliminate it, but I personally have found word games like Boggle, Words with Friends, Scrabble, and Word Searches to be great distractions.

Brain fog makes us forgetful. Word play games are great for exercising your brain.

So grab a pen and paper and get ready to play! Who knows, maybe you’ll learn something new about your condition.

Ready, set, go!

Chronic illness can make you feel foggy and drained. These fun word play games will help keep your brain active when you're feeling down. They are a great way to exercise your mental muscles and have some fun too!
Feeling foggy and flaring? Don't worry, we've got you covered! These word play games are perfect for when your brain needs a little exercise. They're new, fun, and will keep you entertained for hours on end.
Even when you're feeling foggy and flared up, you can keep your brain active with these fun word play games. Playing games is a great way to keep your mind sharp and entertained, so why not try out some new ones this week?
Looking for a fun way to exercise your brain when you're feeling foggy and flaring? Check out our latest word play game of the week, chronic illness edition. New games are released every Friday!
Looking for a way to keep your brain active when you're feeling foggy and flaring? Check out our new word play game of the week. This week's game is perfect for those who love a challenge. Have fun and exercise your brain!
If you're feeling foggy and like you need to get your brain working again, try out one of these new word play games. They'll help keep you entertained while also giving your brain a good workout!

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This week’s Word Play Game

This week’s word of the week is DIAGNOSIS.

Create as many words as you can from it.

Words must have a minimum of 2 letters

Scoring:
1 point for 2 letter words
2 points for 3 letter words
5 points for 4+ letter words

The Disabled Diva’s results for each game can be found at the bottom of the page.

August 11, 2022 – Diagnosis

Word of the week: Diagnosis.
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Past Word Play Games

Create as many words as you can from the word below.

Words must have a minimum of 2 letters

Scoring:
1 point for 2 letter words
2 points for 3 letter words
5 points for 4+ letter words

August 5, 2022 – Chronic

Word Play Game of the Week! Exercise your brain and play with the Disabled Diva.
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July 29, 2022 – Arthritis

Arthritis Boggle like word play game
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July 22, 2022 – Inflammation

Chronic illness can make you feel foggy and drained. These fun word play games will help keep your brain active when you're feeling down. They are a great way to exercise your mental muscles and have some fun too!
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July 15, 2022 – Fatigue

Chronic illness can make you feel foggy and drained. These fun word play games will help keep your brain active when you're feeling down. They are a great way to exercise your mental muscles and have some fun too!
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The Disabled Diva’s Answers

The following are not all the possible answers, but instead the ones that I found. See if you beat me!

Share your score in the comments!

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Published by Cynthia Covert

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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