Chronic Illness Support & Tips from Peer Experts
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How Ergonomic Office Chairs Can Help People with Chronic Pain

Ergonomic office chairs can relieve back pain, fatigue, and other chronic illness symptoms to help you get through a long workday at your desk. Pain in the ...

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Empowering Culinary Independence: Cooking Hacks for People with Disabilities

These cooking hacks empower people with disabilities to enjoy the culinary experience and embrace newfound independence in the kitchen.  Cooking is a ...

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How to Exercise with Fibromyalgia Despite Chronic Pain & Fatigue

Life with fibromyalgia can be an incredibly challenging, isolating, and disenfranchising experience. This is partly because the nature of the disease and how ...

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Can the Strong Black Woman Be Sick Too and Deserving of Rest?

The Strong Black Woman trope is the expectation that the ideal Black woman should act with emotional restraint, independence, and in caretaking roles. When we ...

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8 Safe Shower Chairs for Seniors and Disabled People

Safe shower chairs are an essential tool for seniors and people with disabilities who have difficulty standing or maintaining balance while bathing. A shower ...

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How to Cope with Multiple Chronic Illnesses

Chronic illnesses come with an unpredictability that makes it hard to plan and can affect everyday life. Career paths, social lives, and relationships are ...

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The Ultimate Executive Dysfunction Self-Help Guide: Coping Skills to Help You Thrive

Welcome to the ultimate self-help guide for coping with executive dysfunction! If you struggle with executive functioning skills such as managing time, staying ...

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The Ultimate Exercise Guide for People with Parkinson’s Disease

If you live with Parkinson's disease, this exercise guide will help you overcome challenges to physical activity and set fitness goals to improve your function ...

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Accepting My Neurodiversity Has Helped Me Better Understand My Autistic Teen

As a parent on the spectrum with ADHD, the challenges of parenting my autistic 14-year-old daughter have been some of the hardest yet most rewarding of my ...

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Why Restorative Mental Health Days Are Important for People with Chronic Illnesses in the Workplace

Research shows a correlation between chronic physical conditions and mental health.   Studies have shown that around 50.6% of people with mental disorders ...

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Coping with the Unknown — Living with a Chronic Illness with No Name

Chronic illnesses aren’t fun. To be sick and know that you will not get better is a hard pill to swallow — sometimes literally. But you cope; it’s kind of your ...

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How to Thrive in the Workplace with a Chronic Illness

Living with a chronic illness can be challenging and often requires extra effort just to get through the day. This is especially true when it comes to managing ...

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