Why do you see so many doctors?

Hello there. Thanks for stopping by today. If you’re a fellow spoonie you’re very likely familiar with just how different doctor’s appointments can unfold. You probably have your favorites sorry doctor’s but we do. You’ve probably also been questioned about why you continue to see a doctor if you don’t like the way that person …

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8 Things That Happen When You’ve Had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (MECFS) For Awhile

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is life changing, there's no doubt about that. Some of us had gradual onsets, and others, like myself had sudden onsets. I don't know which onset is better or worse, all I know is that regardless of your onset, you're left on this journey you never asked for and just like life …

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Sensationalizing Chronic Illness

The chronic illness community has been up in arms over a recent release on Netflix, title Afflicted, and rightly so. As I understand it chronically ill people were scouted out by the film makers for the film, specifically people who have chronic illnesses that aren’t currently well-understood. They were told that the film would portray …

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‘It is the calm and silent water that drowns a man.’ ~Proverb

Welcome, folks 🙋🏻‍♀️ I was trying not to vent over here on my blog this month, but now it’s bottled up and here it comes, spraying all over the place like a freshly popped bottle of champagne.🍾 Gosh I miss champagne. So, what has me all riled up? I’ll give you one guess… Did you …

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Pain Management: A Personal Journey

Pain is a touchy subject, at least for people who experience it chronically. Thankfully the human body has an elaborate pain alert-system built in, which most of the time is a lifesaving feature. Your body hurts, you know something is wrong, and to the best of your ability you do whatever needs to be done …

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