About The Disabled Diva

Who is The Disabled Diva

The Disabled Diva, known to family and friends as Cynthia Covert, is a fifty-plus-year-old chronic illness patient advocate who lives in sunny southern California. She is married and has two children. She is obsessed with Disney and despite her chronic pain, she visits Disneyland often.

Between 2001-2004, she was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and endometriosis. A handful of surgical errors have left her with irreparable abdominal damage. She is always looking for ways to make living with chronic pain and illness easier, less painful, and more fun!

The Disabled Diva’s Blog

Cynthia is a chronic illness lifestyle blogger. You will find advice on improving life with chronic pain, tips for reducing pain, and more!

Making life with chronic pain easier to live with, less painful, and more fun!
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She’s always trying new ways to improve her pain and life. Then shares her experience, good and bad, with you. Cynthia helps people acknowledge areas of their lives that could use a change and find a way to do it. She’s a master at modifying her life to make it work for her and her family, then shares that know-how with the world.

Disclaimer: This blog post contains affiliate links. I may earn a small commission to fund my coffee drinking habit if you use these links to make a purchase. You will not be charged extra, and you’ll keep me supplied with caffeine. It’s a win for everyone. I am not a medical professional and nothing stated in this article is to be mistaken for medical advice.

Work with The Disabled Diva

To collaborate or sponsor a post on The Disabled Diva’s Blog, email Cynthia at admin@thedisableddiva.net

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2 thoughts on “About The Disabled Diva

  1. I totally get you I was diagnosed in 2010 but my pain management doctor think I might of had to as a child in the juvenile settings. Currently my condition is chronic. I’m in constant pain and it is depressing my sleep is screwed up I’m always bloated its not easy it would be easier to die but that is not an opinion no matter how bad it gets. Screw driver in your joints and other tools as well. I wish there was a cure. You like myself are not alone. Someday people will understand.

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