The Disabled Diva

The Disabled Diva

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I am dominating my chronic life!

I used to think that being disabled and having limited mobility meant that also meant I was limited on what I could do.  I WAS WRONG!  I can do almost whatever I want as long as I am realistic,  willing to seek alternative ways to perform activities, take precautions, and listen to my body.  I made pain from fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, degenerative disc disease, psoriasis, and abdominal adhesions my bitch and you can too!  Never miss a post by subscribing today!

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Just because your life will never be the same, it doesn’t mean that it is destined to be terrible.  Follow the steps I lay out for you to live passionately and purposefully despite your chronic illness!

Take control of your chronic life and future by downloading Make Pain Your Bitch: How to Dominate Your Chronic Life today.

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30 thoughts on “The Disabled Diva

  1. Hi there–
    I am a contributing editor to a new site for people with chronic pain – PainResource.com. I’d love to interview you for a piece on the site about your Amazon Kindle book. If you are interested could you let me know? We can do a brief phone call or I can send you questions by email. Thanks so much for considering this request!
    Best,
    Lorie Parch

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  2. Great! I don’t know your name or have your email address – would you be able to email me privately at lorieparch at gmail dot com and we can get started? Thanks so much!

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  3. Looks are deceiving and people might think they are complementing but to hear you look great when I spend so much time sick and bed ridden is hurtful. Has anyone tried this diatamaceous earth I keep hearing about? Supposed to help Fibro. Its’ dirt and yes people are eating dirt. There has to be many people singing its’ praises for me to think its an option.

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  4. Hello there,

    I was just looking for information online on how to deal with chronic pain and I came across your blog here. I’m a sufferer of chronic pain from a movement disorder I’ve had scenes my childhood. I can truly say pain can change your life even more so if that pain never leaves you.

    Be well…

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      • Same for me, and thanks hun its great to know that I’m not the only one. I use to think it was all in my head until the Doctors told me its not. I would like to know how do you deal with your pain when it gets unbearable or when it starts driving you nuts, because for me its hard I don’t like taking pain pills plus my issues started with medications, I’ve also tried a lot of remedies with no luck. Hugs coming back at ya. 🙂

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  5. I just published a post (Pain Relief) to answer your question. It was easier than trying to fit my reply into a comment. 🙂 Hope my answer helps you or anyone else that is interested. Have a great day!

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  6. Dear Diva-what it hurts me is people who tell me I make myself ill because I get something from it!
    Right-20 year of pain is what I have gotten so far. Have you heard this?

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  7. Hi! Good to connect with you too! Thanks for your tweet. Wishing you one pain free hour every day. I will be reading more about you in the coming weeks! Blessings, Val

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  8. I am sad today. I hurt so much everywhere from the fibro, budgling disc in neck and back, dislocated jaw (tmj) trapped nerves in arm and leg that I can’t stop crying. My joints are swollen in my fingers and it hurts to type this. I was trying to fill out disability papers and got aggervated. My guy doesn’t understand. He wants me to work. I have so much house work and laundry. I do it everyday. I make sure dinner is on the table when he gets in and it is hard having my son home for the summer. He is 16 and needy. I guess I am just complaining and need to vent.

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    • I’m so sorry you’re having such a bad day..no worries about needing to vent. We would be completely alone if we didn’t have our pain pals…I hope your pain decreases and you can get some rest…

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      • Blessings to you today and every day!! It is so difficult to self advocate when in so much pain and so sick. Big hug!!

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  9. Glad to meet you (via twitter), sorry you’re so ill. I have the chronic migraine thing where people think it’s ‘just a headache’ and pop a couple of Tylenol, and should go away in an hour.

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