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.
This month’s blogger linkup is all about my chronic life adventures. 😉 Pandemic and chronic pain won’t stop me!
PEMF therapy for pain relief. Its benefits, highlights of my experience, plus new payment options to make it easier to add to your pain management plan.
Chronic illness patient leaders that you should follow and support. Living with fibromyalgia, arthritis, and endometriosis is tough, but the support, motivation, and resources that these patient advocates provide make it a little easier.
Confidence-building quotes to remind you of the strength that chronic illness wants to take from you.
Mobility aids can and will improve living with a chronic illness if we give them a chance. Here’s a breakdown of how and why you should try one!
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.
My word of the week is HOT!!! From scorching temperatures outside to cold showers indoors, this was a week of unwelcome temperatures.
Psoriatic arthritis resources for the newly diagnosed, those looking to improve life with PsA, or someone just wanting a better understanding of it.
Psoriatic arthritis Twitter chat is taking place this Wednesday! Get all the details here and find out how you can help spread awareness!
There are five types of psoriatic arthritis! Learn the differences, what treatments are available, and how to modify your life.
Sharing is caring and that is what I am doing, not just this week, but all month long for fibromyalgia and arthritis awareness!
🧐 1 in 3 people with psoriasis may develop psoriatic arthritis. Learn more about it here!
Welcome to my chronic pain brain ramblings.🥶 Read what I have to say about these prompts: foreseeing, panicking, upbringing, accessing, and soothing.
Everyone is currently experiencing some form of adjustment. But for the chronically ill, it’s just part of everyday life.
Chronic pain is misunderstood by our family, friends, doctors, and even ourselves. If not careful those misunderstandings could lead to more pain.
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!
I am dealing with California’s coronavirus lock-down one week at time and in my own way. Sharing my thoughts, perspectives, and experiences.
COVID-19 has changed our lives in ways we never imagined. Let’s take a look at how it has impacted life with a chronic illness.
Living with chronic pain is messy! Find out how it has messed up my plans and home in this week’s word of the week blog post.