Guest Post By Sheryl from A Chronic Voice As someone who lives with chronic illnesses, traveling can be a hassle because we need more material possessions to function. This includes medications and aids such as wheelchairs, pillows, or blood test machines. Many items that the average person considers a luxury to bring along are essential
Everyone with a chronic illness is a chronic illness warrior. Remember the day you were diagnosed? Do you remember the mixed feelings you had about your diagnosis? Do you remember feeling relieved to have answers and upset that you have to deal with being sick for the rest of your life? Do you remember feeling scared; yet
This is my personal journey with Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction and chronic pain. “That is it!” I yelled across the room, “I am done. No more.” I was snarling and ready to bite off your head if you argued with me one bit. “I have had enough,” I screamed. I was in full blown breakdown mode.