Wishing everyone a little Christmas Magic of their own. Thanks to Lady Pamela for this holiday poetry!
The Holidays are coming and with them comes a whole lot of changes and feelings when you live with Chronic Pain. I'd like to share some tips and include some items that may help to make the season easier to manage this year.
The very first step to improving your mental health is recognizing there's a problem. You may be feeling a sense of the blues that you can't shake, or a generalized anxiety that you can't control.
If you've ever experienced back pain before, you know how much it hurts. Often the problem is muscular, but occasionally the problem is directly related to the spine. Join us on World Spine Day to learn about the different types of spinal conditions and how to decrease your risk of developing one.
***Trigger Warning: Contains depictions of violence against women. Domestic Violence and violence against women remains a prevalent problem. Women with disabilities and chronic illness are at even greater risk. Learn what it's like to get caught up in a relationship with an abuser along with some tips on what to do when you find yourself in the midst of an abusive relationship in this post by Pamela Jessen.