Just when you think you have figured out how to live with your chronic illness, BAM, there comes a holiday!

Holidays are supposed to be a time of celebration, joy, and spending time with family and friends. But for the chronically ill, it can often be a time of loneliness, emptiness, and frustration.

The following blog posts are here to help you make the most of the holiday season, despite your chronic illness.

Chronic Holiday Posts

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About The Disabled Diva

Hi, I’m Cynthia. I used to love holidays! But chronic pain and ill-timed symptoms from fibromyalgia and psoriatic arthritis made them unbearable. That’s when I decided to make some changes to how I celebrated. These changes are why I look forward to the holidays and can help you too!

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