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Counting My Spoons
Counting My Spoons aims to encourage others to keep living despite their chronic invisible illness.
A Life Well Red
‘A Life Well Red’ is designed to; inform, educate, and encourage those living with ‘invisible’ chronic illness. To offer patients the hope that chronic illness is not an ‘end’…just another unexpected ‘beginning’!
A Life Well Red
Being Lydia
A life rich in chronic pain, bipolar, creativity, faith, and the color purple!
Brain Storm
Sharing personal stories, providing patient education and empowerment, and spreading awareness to challenge and break down the stigma of chronic pain.
Brain Storm
Brainless Blogger
The blog is about raising awareness on chronic pain. It covers chronic pain, migraines and fibromyalgia primarily and associated conditions; insomnia, brainfog, IBS. From personal experience to research.
Chronically Royal
Just a princess locked in the tall tower of invisible illnesses. With a love for pretty things too!
Chronically Something
Writing about life with chronic illness, the good, the bad, the ugly and all the realities that come with these.
Crafting is my Therapy, Life with Chronic Illness
I hope to introduce other spoonies to crafts and hobbies to fill the void of what chronic illness has taken from them. I also blog about my experiences in the hope of bringing hints and tips for day to day living, and so that others know that they are not alone.
Cranky Fibro Girl
Harnessing the healing power of snark.
Elizabeth Barone
Twenty-something with an autoimmune disease trying to build a career as an author, one book and pill at a time.
FIBRO WARRIORS LIVING LIFE
I use my experiences as a chronic pain patient, advocate and fibro coach to offer positive encouragement, medical information, resources & support. I am a Fibro Warrior~Living Life.
Fibrocircle
Fibro Circle is a blog for the Fibro community, written through the ungainly fingers and unlikely voice of Nic Baker. The more powerful a community is, the more support there will be out there for those suffering from fibromyalgia all over the world.
Fibrodaze
Fibromyalgia information and self-care tips for living a better life despite chronic illness.
Fibromyawesome (25pillsaday.com)
I’m 31. I crashed at age 26, had to quit my job, leave my apartment in New Orleans, and move in with my parents to how dunk Covington. Subsequently I had a lot of time on my hands. I’ve always been a writer, just never wrote about myself. This blog is the result.
Friends With Fibro
I write about the experiences common to those of us with fibromyalgia and suggest tips and tricks to make life with this chronic illness just a little more enjoyable.
Grace Quantock Trailblazing Wellness
I want to live in a world where you are loved, accepted & supported & when illness, disability, trauma or grief throws your life off track you can blaze a new trail to the true you & I write, podcast & vlog about doing just that.
HypoGal, Shortcuts To Living With A Chronic Ilness
HypoGal Blog shares everyday life with a chronic illness.
Inflamed & Untamed
I’m Sara and I have Crohn’s disease and a rare disease called, Chronic Intestinal Pseudo Obstruction. I also had my entire large intestine removed and live with a J-pouch but prior to that lived with a temporary ileostomy.
Mama Sick
A chronic illness blog that is geared towards chronically ill parents and the challenges they face.
Memoirs of a Strong Woman; A Frightening Look Inside the US Healthcare System
A trip to the local Emergency room culminates in profiling, medical neglect, and then gaslighting, and ultimately physical abuse by a sadistic on-call neurologist and then his female resident. Little does the patient know this is just the beginning of a horror story that never seems to end.
Moving Naturally with Hypermobility
Education for patients and healthcare providers on proper physical therapy techniques, natural movement, and restorative exercise for Hypermobility Syndromes, such as Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), including the complexities often caused by overlapping conditions.

Living with chronic pain is one of the hardest things that many of us have to endure on a daily basis. Living with pain while also coping with the multi-systemic effects of joint hypermobility, commonly diagnosed as Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS), is even more challenging. One of the best treatments for chronic pain due to Hypermobility Syndromes/EDS is learning how to move and exercise properly — our muscles do what our connective tissues cannot.

Move More. Move Better.