LIVING WITH CHRONIC ILLNESS & PAIN | COLLAGE

Hi Pals! Alright, so you know when you don’t want to do something just because someone has told you that you have to do it? I feel like that’s my entire life. Currently I am in a chronic pain management group and it has been really informative and actually a pretty great time meeting other people who are also experiencing […]

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Resting Doesn’t Always Work For Chronic Illness 😓 (8/26/17)

It’s just really frustrating because yesterday, I rested all day, and I’m still not doing well today. *Music* We’re going on an adventure! Ah, you have FREEZING cold hands! *Music Continues* *laughter* *Music Continues* Good Saturday morning everyone. We were going to Walmart, but I don’t feel well enough to do that, so… My mom suggested that she’d drop me […]

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Undiagnosed Small Fiber Polyneuropathy: Is It a Component of Gulf War Illness?

GWIRP 2012 Investigator Vignette Title: Undiagnosed Small Fiber Polyneuropathy: Is It a Component of Gulf War Illness? Investigators: Max Klein, PhD and Anne Louise Oaklander, MD, PhD; Massachusetts General Hospital Oaklander: Our grant is to test the hypothesis that what we call Gulf War Illness may in some patients be a signal of underlying peripheral neuropathy. Klein: And so we’re […]

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Introduction to the Living Beyond Pain Podcast

[Narrator] [Army Capt. Beegen] Stay tuned for [Army] Capt. Tracy Beegen, of the “Living Beyond Pain” podcast, produced by the Defense Health Agency. Welcome to the “Living Beyond Pain” podcast. This is a series devoted to helping people struggling with chronic pain by giving them practical tools to help them manage the intensity, the frequency, and the duration of their […]

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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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Why would God allow someone to suffer a debilitating accident or illness?

Ankerberg: Joni, let’s continue this story. As you came to grips with what you were facing, you also had to think about God and why He had let these things happen. And there were questions that you’ve written about. First of all, does God even exist? And if He does, you know, if “all things work together for good,” how […]

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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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MANAGING CHRONIC ILLNESS FLARE UPS || ME & FIBROMYALGIA

hi guys welcome back to my youtube channel *dog barks* now.. my mum’s just got home, give me a minute hi guys and welcome back to my YouTube now I know I said I was gonna do my tattoo tag video and tell you all about them but I’ve been really crashing the past sort of week two weeks and […]

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My Everything: Chronic Illness in Love [CC]

You wanted everything and I gave you everything but my everything was too much for you because my everything is late night I love you’s, and drive safely’s, and text me when you get home’s my everything is future plans, and kept promises, and never being able to hold you long enough the past wrapped up in pretty packages, because […]

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