The Disabled Diva talks about chronic illness commercials. How they portray us, which disease gets respect, and what needs to change.
What you need to know about your incurable friend in order to maintain a relationship that is healthy even though their body is not. What we need in a friend and how to be a good one.
#Endometriosis #myths hurt women as much as the condition itself. Here are three misconceptions that would be good news if only they were true.
#womenshealth #healthcare #wellness #hysterectomy #pelvicpain #abdominalpain #painfulperiods
May is Fibromyalgia Awareness Month. Here are my advocacy goals, where education about this chronic illness is lacking, and what we can do better!
Chronic pain is misunderstood by our family, friends, doctors, and even ourselves. If not careful those misunderstandings could lead to more pain.
What a COVID19 stay home order means, what is not, and tips to calm your ass down when you feel like you can’t stay home for another minute!
My endometriosis diagnosis provided an answer, while an ill-fated treatment created more pain than I could ever imagine, and why I will never improve.
My word of the week is TIRED! Unless someone lives with chronic pain, they have no idea how tiring it can be or how long it takes to recover from a flare.
A Valentines Day wish from me to you, someone who understands and knows all too well how exhausting living with chronic pain can be!
Choosing the perfect Valentine’s Day gifts can become quite difficult when the object of your affection has a chronic illness like fibromyalgia and psoriatic arthritis. But have no fear! I am here to share a few ideas that will provide your loved one with comfort and joy long after February 14th!
Fun Valentine’s Day gift ideas that show your partner how much you love them while respecting the boundaries of their chronic illness.
The words “it could be worse” are often shared as a way to offer comfort to someone going through a painful time, but they could do more harm than good. Discover alternative phrases that offer encouragement and compassion.