daily life · Pain Relief

Keeping Perspective with Chronic Illness

Many days, the misery from all the pain and other difficulties associated with chronic illness can be overwhelming!Β  This TED talk by Dr. Amit Sood discusses simple habits that can help us keep things in perspective and find time to appreciate the good things that still happen in spite of the illness.

 

❀ The Bookish Crafter

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4 thoughts on “Keeping Perspective with Chronic Illness

  1. Hey! I am so glad to find your blog again. For some reason I couldn’t find it for a while– I’m not sure if I forgot to “Follow” it way back when or what, but I’m so glad to find it again now!

    I just linked to you from this post where I mentioned connective tissue disorders– hopefully I explained them correctly! https://sijointsaga.com/2017/02/13/si-joint-concepts-form-closure-vs-force-closure/ I think your blog is a really great resource so I’m going to keep recommending people check it out!

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    1. Hey, thank you so much for recommending my blog! πŸ˜€ Were you trying to find a specific page on my blog? I reset a couple of old pages to private because I wanted to take some time to update them now that I’ve had a chance to learn more about connective tissue disorders. I guess next time I do that I should let people know so they aren’t confused! But I do intend to make them public again soon.

      Yes, your explanation is correct, although I think maybe you didn’t link to the site you intended to with the link on the words Marfan Syndrome? Right now it’s linking to a post on SI joint surgery.

      Also I wanted to say I really enjoyed your recent post explaining the scientific article about central sensitization. It is really helpful to have things like that explained in ordinary language!

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      1. For some reason I couldn’t find your blog at all– I could see your Gravatar profile, but I couldn’t find a link to your blog from it. (I’m sure didn’t help that I thought the name of your blog was Jello-like joints, haha). I’m glad to see you back on here!

        Oops, that was definitely a mistake with the Marfan link– just fixed it πŸ™‚

        And thank you so much — I’m so glad you liked the CS article. I was really hoping people would appreciate the ordinary language, so I appreciate the feedback!

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