Choosing Childlessness An Insider Perspective On the Forgotten Side of Infertility

Choosing childlessness after infertility was both challenging and easy. I felt peace yet, at the same time, anxiety. There was confidence in my decision as well as uncertainty. And perhaps the biggest whammy was the unrelenting guilt. Like I'd let everyone down. That...

5 Simple Hacks for Managing Chronic Fatigue That You Must Try

Managing chronic fatigue in a busy world is nearly impossible. This is especially true when you're managing a chronic illness. However, despite the challenges that chronic fatigue brings, there are things you can do to manage your time and get things done. Primarily...

7 Simple Coping Strategies to Manage ADHD and Bipolar Disorder You Need to Try

Living with a dual diagnosis of ADHD and bipolar disorder is challenging. It's hard to differentiate between symptoms and even harder to manage them. Fortunately, there are seven simple coping strategies you can use to help you manage ADHD and bipolar disorder...

Healthy Living with Endometriosis How to Improve Your Quality of Life

Healthy living with endometriosis is not impossible. But it does require some work. The primary goal is to manage chronic pain and decrease inflammation. Luckily you can make fundamental changes to your daily routine and accomplish a better quality of life. Learning...

4 Startling Ways You’re Gaslighting Yourself And How To Stop

Gaslighting yourself when you have an invisible illness is a real thing. Emotional and psychological manipulation by your doctor contributes to self-gaslighting. For example, your doctor constantly invalidates your pain. Or insinuates you're exaggerating your illness....

10 Informative Endometriosis Facts You Need to Know for Increased Awareness

How much do you know about endometriosis? Unfortunately, when it comes to endometriosis facts, you probably know very little, if anything at all. But since endometriosis affects one in ten women of reproductive age, it's vital to learn more about this misunderstood...

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