Not enough time to manage. Part 1

Do you often feel like there aren’t enough hours in a day to do everything that you wanted to accomplish?  You are not alone.  Many ordinary folk have the misconception that the chronically ill just don’t know how to manage their time.  The truth is that we don’t have enough time to manage. I was aContinue reading “Not enough time to manage. Part 1”

Healing days

What the heck is a healing day?  I refer to the days when my body has had enough and forces me to rest.  Sometimes these days follow a day or period of time spent pushing past my limits, and sometimes it is just my body’s way of saying “I am tired”. A healing day orContinue reading “Healing days”

Letting go and going with the flow.

The most important advice that I have to share with people living with chronic pain or new to the pain game is this:  Learn to let go of preconceived notions of how something should be done, let go of traditions that you are physically no longer able to keep up with, and appreciate what youContinue reading “Letting go and going with the flow.”

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