Chronic illness journaling can be a beneficial way for people with disabilities and chronic illnesses to communicate their thoughts and feelings.
It can also help improve mental health, increase awareness of your illness, and provide support from others who understand what you are going through.
Chronic illness journaling can be done in many different formats, so find one that works best for you and dig in!
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About The Disabled Diva
Hi, I’m Cynthia. I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia in 2003 when chronic muscle and nerve pain began interfering with my day-to-day life! Since then I have been on a mission to make living with this chronic illness easier and to find new ways to reduce chronic pain from it. And with this blog, I can help you too!