I’m sharing 10 things people with IIH wish you knew, offering you a glimpse into the reality of living with the rare and chronic condition. By learning more about what your friends and loved ones with this, or any other, chronic condition deals with, you can better position yourself to offer effective support and be a true ally.
Because of my personal growth work and daily practices, I’m able to sort of make being sick my spiritual practice and to see it as a teacher and guide. In this blog post, I’m sharing the biggest lessons my chronic illness has taught me so far.
Chronic illness self-management is a hugely beneficial way that we can take back some control of our lives – even if our self-management toolbox includes the ability to ask for and accept help. In this post, I share the basics of chronic illness self-management, why it’s important, and some ideas to help you get started.
Navigating flare days when you have a chronic illness is hard. But knowing how to practice effective self-care can make coping with the ups and downs of being a spoonie so much easier. Learn the best self-care tips for chronic illness to help you navigate these flare days with a little more ease & relief.
Have you ever wondered why personal growth is important when you’re chronically ill?
Whether you’re newly diagnosed or have been living with chronic illness for a long time, adding personal growth tools to your daily life can easily take you from just surviving chronic illnesses, to thriving.
Keep reading to dig a little deeper into why personal growth is so important for those with chronic illness.
In this blog post, we’re going to dive deep into some of the reasons why our sense of self-worth and purpose shifts when we become chronically ill, and what we can do to rediscover our life’s purpose and begin to live our life by design.
EFT Tapping has numerous benefits for those with chronic illness, and in the post, we’ll get into all the details so you can be well-informed on how this wellness technique can benefit you.
Hi, I'm April Smith (she/her)!
I have an unshakeable belief that your body and mind are sacred – just the way they are. I also believe that you deserve a path to growth that’s centered around your unique needs as someone living with chronic illness. Click on the photo above to learn more about me!