Connecting with like-minded people is always a wonderful thing.
Here’s some great blogs for support, information for those living with A Chronic illness and disability!
Lights, Camera, Crohn’s covers everything from overcoming struggles to celebrating small victories throughout all parts of the patient journey from diagnosis and beyond. Natalie enjoys sharing stories about pregnancy and motherhood in hopes of comforting and empowering others. Stay tuned for weekly articles every Monday.
The Spoonie Mummy
Hi, my name is Natalie AKA The Spoonie Mummy. I am 34 and have a wonderful boyfriend, two gorgeous sons and a beautiful step-daughter. I love to write, read, spend time with my family, cross stitch, watch movies, cook and play with make-up. I have numerous chronic health conditions including arthritis, Crohns disease (for which I have an ileostomy), iritis, high blood pressure and ostopenia.
A Balanced Belly is an online space dedicated to all things gut health and free from. Having Crohn's Disease myself, I wanted to create resources for those with the condition like me; along with other digestive issues such as coeliac disease and IBS. I can't claim there's anything sexy about gut issues or dietary requirements but I do want to help normalise it-so here you'll find everything from gluten and dairy free recipes, my favourite finds and my top tips for living with a digestive health condition.
We understand the challenges that come with living with one or multiple food allergies and are here to help. Shaped by experience and education, we advise families comprehensively on how best to take care of their children and live their lives with considerably less stress.
I’m a girl on a mission. Faced with kidney failure and a handful of other medical complications, I decided that nothing would stop me from having a full life and a full belly. I discovered that a well controlled, salt-free, low-sodium diet was key to staying healthy and active. But it took time and years of experimentation to achieve the delicate balance of eating well while maintaining a busy schedule and a budget. With a few years of salt-free cooking, eating, and living under my belt, I started this blog to give others a jump start in their own journey. Whether motivated by reasons medical or personal, I hope these tidbits of information are helpful to everyone seeking to lower their sodium intake without loosing the flavor and the thrill of eating. I also hope that others, not limited in their choices, will find my advice, recipes, and general shennanigans equally enlightening. So read on, chow down, and get cooking. Low-sodium can be flavor full.
Podcast & Blog about MS and living with Chronic Illness. I’m Kathy, I am a wife to TJ who is a golf pro, a mom to 2 teenage daughters (and all the fun that comes with that), a friend, a writer, a marketer, a reader, a crab eater, a beer and wine drinker (occasionally a Jameson drinker), a singer/songwriter, an activist and advocate and oh yeah, I have MS. My mission is to provide education, inspiration and motivation to everyone dealing with Multiple Sclerosis. I go about this by blogging about my own experiences, interviewing “experts” and other patients on my podcast, and “finding the funny” in all of it!
My aim with this site is to raise awareness about lifelong illnesses from various perspectives. Every patient, illness and how they experience pain is different. There is no single technique or approach to managing these symptoms, but every tool in the toolbox helps. I also want to encourage empathy amongst all facets of society and not just within healthcare.
Welcome to my blog! I am so glad you are here! Almost 3 years ago I was diagnosed with Lupus. Lupus is an autoimmune disease where the body attacks its own healthy tissues. Since then I have learned and experienced many things. I recently became an Ambassador for The Lupus Foundation of American, Florida Chapter, which I am extremely proud of. Unfortunately feeling sick was something I felt since I was a child. It took along time and many battles to get where I am today.
My name is Angelique, welcome to Fibro Ramblings. My aim is to raise Fibromyalgia awareness and educate people where possible. If I can help just one person with my blog, then I will be happy to have made a difference. I hope too, that in sharing my personal experiences, that many Fibromyalgia Warriors will be able to relate and find comfort in the knowledge that they are certainly not alone. Fibromyalgia is an awful, life changing disorder, that leaves many of its sufferers feeling alone, depressed, confused, sad, and angry. This will be an open and honest look into the daily life of a sufferer and the numerous challenges that we face.