Plan Like a Pro – with Chronic Illness

Plan Like a Pro – with Chronic Illness

There was a time when a sudden change in plans was rare and exciting for us. Experiencing a change in plans due to chronic illness and pain is stressful and not at all exciting. Follow our tips and you can feel optimistic, not overstretched and content with the plans you make and the goals you set and achieve.

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How to Travel with Chronic Pain and not be Disappointed

How to Travel with Chronic Pain and not be Disappointed

Surely there’s a medication that can give you a few weeks pain free? After all, a holiday isn’t cheap! Your unremarkable circumstances living with chronic pain doesn’t mean you deserve an unremarkable vacation!

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Eccedentesiast (.n)

Someone who hides pain behind a smile.

The Chronic Pain Couple
Partner with Painsomnia? 10 Things you Should Know.

Partner with Painsomnia? 10 Things you Should Know.

Painsomnia. Slang term to describe insomnia due to pain. It is the lack of sleep or inability to obtain sufficient sleep due to physical suffering or distress.

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Carpark Anxiety

Carpark Anxiety

Sometimes trying to beat a disease that doesn’t care about my job is difficult.

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The Ultimate Guide to Working with Chronic Pain

The Ultimate Guide to Working with Chronic Pain

Building a career is one of the hardest parts of living with chronic illness and pain. Sometimes we need to choose our health or our career unless you can be a bit creative!

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Our 10 Favourite Chronic Pain Blogs You Should Follow

Our 10 Favourite Chronic Pain Blogs You Should Follow

Save your energy and start your search for support with our top ten chronic pain blogs.

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“A man does not simply find success or come to failure. He carries their seeds around in his personality and character.” – Maxwell Maltz

The Chronic Pain Couple
Top Tips for Communicating with Your Partner About Pain

Top Tips for Communicating with Your Partner About Pain

Good communication is essential for all healthy, lasting and passionate relationships. For chronic pain couples, that means we also need to be good at talking about pain.

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3 Things a Chronic Pain Sufferer Wants Their Partner to Know

3 Things a Chronic Pain Sufferer Wants Their Partner to Know

My husband, Johann, and I went to pre-marriage counselling. It was a little awkward as the counsellor was Johann’s dad. I skipped the sex questions.

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