8 Feb 2018 news today – benefit, relief mental health advice and news

hi I’m Andy Bailey from and the Emmys video diary walking and talking v-log on Facebook and on YouTube and E and M s that’s where you see me that’s where you find me come along and you’ll be part my community now every morning I have Google Alerts go off well I shouldn’t come into my inbox and tell […]

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How Chronic Illness Affects My Writing | Collab with Lily Meade

Hi community of awesome, I’m Ava Jae, and this is bookishpixie. So, something a little different this week. A little while ago, Lily Meade, who runs her own channel on writing and bookish things invited me to do a collaboration with her in which we talk about how chronic illness has affected our writing. I though that was a great […]

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VidCon 2018 – Gender, Chronic Illness, Disability [CC]

– [Annie] Hello, hello! This is my scrappy VidCon 2018 video, so let’s just get into it. Met up with Chase and Aaron, and talked about the intersection of gender and disability, and went to Whole Foods. Connor and I caught up and cried and talked about gender and transition a lot, and then we watched Queer Eye season one […]

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Making Everyday Life with a Chronic Illness Easier

– Hey everyone, it’s Jennifer. This video is made for New Life Outlook. Because living with a chronic illness can be draining on its own, it’s always helpful to conserve energy in any way possible. Today, I’m gonna be talking about some ways to make everyday tasks a little easier. Consider leaving your most-used items on the counter, such as […]

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Living Your Best Despite Chronic Illness

Hi, everybody. My name’s Anna and you’re watching NewLifeOutlook. In this video, I’m going to share with you five really quick tips on how to live your best life with a chronic illness. My first tip is, not to let your illness define you. You are not your illness, your illness isn’t you. You’re defined by so many other things. […]

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Video Brings Visibility to Invisible Disabilities and Invisible Illness!

(Natalie Tysdale) Have you watched someone parking in an accessible spot but they’re not using a wheelchair? Have you wondered if they really have a disability? Has someone ever shared with you about their illness or disability and you can’t see the symptoms and you might think or actually say to them “you don’t look sick?” Well these situations and […]

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Living with Chronic and Mental Illness (Gastroparesis, Anxiety, Depression, ADD and More)

why do you openly want to discuss your chronic and mental illnesses I won’t like other people are not like living with like multiple illnesses with their like physical or mental like they’re not alone do you ever feel alone yeah how would you describe it I mean probably something cliche because I feel like this is how people always […]

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9 Chronic Illness Misconceptions

Flare ups can be horribly timed and sometimes they can be greatly timed and you have no say in the matter Just stop judging people and questioning the legitimacy of their illnesses. Thanks Hey guys, I’m Izzy and today I’m talking about chronic illness misconceptions, so let us begin It’s the same day to day and if we could do […]

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Coping With A Chronic Illness

Start a blog or journal. This way you can write about what you are going through. It helps me to write down my feelings and works as an outlet to my emotions. Try distracting yourself. This can be by watching a movie, reading a book, or doing something else you really enjoy. Try reaching out for support. You can do […]

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On Frustration & Feeling Like a Failure With Chronic Illness #DisabledYouTuber

Are you chronically ill and self-hate is getting you down? I got you covered [chipmunk voice], because that’s what’s coming next! [cute xylophone theme plays] I know I look fancy, but I don’t feel fancy. [sings Blue (Da Ba Dee) by Eiffel 65] I’m blue – da ba dee da ba dye – da ba Hi there! I’m Victoria and […]

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