Welcome to my June experiment. My life will only get worse unless I try something different. Here’s what I intend to try this month to make living with the progression of fibromyalgia, arthritis, and endometriosis better.
Welcome to my chronic pain brain ramblings.🥶 Read what I have to say about these prompts: foreseeing, panicking, upbringing, accessing, and soothing.
Unless someone has lived with a chronic illness and denied care for pain, they will never understand the fears the pandemic has triggered.
COVID19 and social distancing have taken a lot away from us, but there are a few things they have given the chronically ill that are worth celebrating!
Today I am going to present you with a spring cleaning idea that you may not have thought of……. sprucing up your view!
In this month’s linkup I share what I am looking at, playing, joining, invigorated by, and ditching to make living with my chronic illnesses easier, less painful, and more fun!
Fall back in love with yourself! Regain the self-love that your chronic illness stole with these five self-care activities and journal prompts!
My chronic life was in need of a good purge and revamping! Discover the changes that will make it easier, less painful, and more fun!
Is social media feeding your depression. anxiety, and/or anger? Here are four ways to protect your mental health while remaining connected.
Our prescribed treatments aren’t going to help if we are struggling with our mental health. Reasons why therapy is important after receiving a chronic illness diagnosis.
Part of my self-care practice includes recognizing what I have to be thankful for. Join me this November by giving thanks all month long!
Vacations typically provide us with an escape from our normal lives. And even if just for a few days, we are able to forget about our worries and escape from the life that is wearing us down. However, if we are not careful, our escape to Fantasyland could make returning to reality more painful than before. What the heck am I talking about? Read on…….
Everyone likes hearing that they did a good job or that their work made someone else’s life better, right? Sure, but when you have been continuously doubted, made fun of, or shamed because of your chronic illness, accepting a compliment isn’t so easy.
Topics covered this week: PTSD and cannabis, tips to help you sleep, why we need to stop comparing our chronic illness journey to others, and the assumptions people make!
Stay on target! Have you joined The Disabled Diva’s Fitness Buddy group on Facebook? If not, it is time you joined the fun! Current members, scroll below to read this month’s challenge rules. This group […]
Topics covered this week: Why pain didn’t stop me from having fun, heat and sleep, plus a review of a product that makes making ice easier for those with fibromyalgia and arthritis
The Disabled Diva Blog Weekend Recap: June 10-14, 2019 This week…….. We discussed heatwave and extreme temperature flares!! Click here to find out how my body reacts to the heat, what I do to combat […]
The Disabled Diva Blog Weekend Recap: June 3-7, 2019 This week…….. I shared a common struggle among those who live with a chronic illness/pain know too well, following the schedule we need and want to […]
This month’s challenge is titled The Love Of You! Everything we do this month is to do something that shows love for you and your body.
You see this young girl lying on a park bench, what is your first thought?
Don’t tell me what you think I want to hear or what you know would be most acceptable to be said, but tell me what your true first thought was………