Live one spoon at a time ornament spoon - spoonie - silver - hand stamped - heart - can change ribbon color - chronic pain - chronic illness

Live one spoon at a time ornament spoon - spoonie - chronic pain - invisible illness - cancer - christmas ornament - hand stamped - silver

Live one spoon at a time ornament spoon / spoonie / silver / hand stamped / heart / can change ribbon color / chronic pain / chronic illness Made in honor of my wife, who is a fellow spoonie. This bea

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You know you have a chronic illness when. Your medical records have to be transported on a cart. (Links to Invisible Illness Awareness Week and more funnies)

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From the age of 18 until just the end of last year I never spoke about my disease because I knew people wouldn't understand. Even in remission life was rough. Now that I am no longer in remission I talk about it because I can't pretend anymore.

Life with Rheumatoid Arthritis, Auto-Immune Disease, Fibromyalgia/Chronic Illness, Pulmonary Sarcoidosis, Hyperaldosteronism.

Sick Girl Problem Feeling incredibly guilty about being sick, and how it effects those around you

Re-experiencing can often lead to crying spells and sometimes the tears fall for no apparent reason. Too often these liquidy salty drops are preceded by the tight knot in my throat. I allow it, yet suppress the emotions that are supposed to accompany them. Time heals, or so I am told.

Tears are not a sign of weakness they are a sign of strength. It's okay to cry sometimes, it releases the pain & stress. Afterwords you dry your tears, pick yourself up & keep on fighting.

A Day With Dysautonomia

What’s it like to have dysautonomia? Let me take you through a day in my compression socks so you have some idea of what I fight through on a daily basis. You wa…

Ever grow weary of having to explain why you need a cart, a seat for a moment, a shortcut, or even a chair? Lisa Copen shares about life with an invisible illness and having to prove to people that she needs assistance.

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Chronic illness support -- Yes. When you have some sort of chronic illness- lots of family and friends ditch. Really sad situation.

The CDC has decided to punish all people with chronic pain for being addicts. So here's the story of one patient who only functions with the help of opioids.

What it's like being on opioids for pain

The CDC has decided to punish all people with chronic pain for being addicts. So here's the story of one patient who only functions with the help of opioids.

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