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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
A Mundane Life
A lifestyle and disability blog, focusing on mental health, epilepsy and hearing loss/deafness
CFS Unravelled
cfsunravelled.com is about supporting people experiencing ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia, POTS, MCS and related syndromes cope better and discover hope and direction for recovery.
Chronic Illness Trauma Studies
I’m a family doctor turned trauma therapist recovering from a chronic illness because of what I learned from the science of how adverse life events and trauma affect risk for chronic illness (and why it’s not psychological).
CoffeeHeartMind
A chronically ill mama sharing her life with physical and mental illness.
Comfort Bites
Food, Health and Wellness
Conquering monsters-dethroning invisible demons one by one
A 32 year battle with a kaleidoscope of mental and physical afflictions. Beat up, worn down and kind of crazy, but determined to experience the brilliance of life.
d2shine
Lifestyle blog covering health, costumery, reviews & technology. Focus on chronic pain, seizures and fitness.
Elizabeth Barone
Twenty-something with an autoimmune disease trying to build a career as an author, one book and pill at a time.
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.
Jess’ ME/CFS Blog
A young adult battling multiple debilitating chronic illnesses
Lighting Up the Sky
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This site exists in order to give a voice to those whose lives have been touched by suicide. Whether you are a survivor of an attempt, a suicide loss survivor, or just looking for information, we hope you will look around. We share comprehensive suicide prevention and awareness resources and the message that when it comes to suicide prevention, all of our voices matter.
Living Positively With Disability
A community where the disabled, chronically ill, their carers and anyone else interested in living positively can share ideas and grow together.
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.
my Beautiful Trauma
A Heart Shaped Whole, My diagnosis of SLE Lupus was just the beginning……
My Invisible Illness Life
Living a life full of love, hope, happiness and faith in the face of chronic illness
Not Standing Still’s Disease
Proof that you can conquer anything – even chronic illness – with a sarcastic attitude, a smile, and a backwards baseball cap
Overcome Lupus
OVERCOME LUPUS exposes realities of Lupus with insightful posts, to make it as known as cancer. This unique Instagram blog motivates with advice to overcome it & other chronic illnesses.

Peering Through the Fog
A means of creating a community where those of us with chronic illness/pain will be able to forge friendships and give support to each other as we deal with chronic illness and our day-to-day lives.