Woman sitting on sofa with her laptop, caption reads, chronic illness warriors, share your story here.

​​I'd love to share your ​story here on ChronicallyHopeful.com!
​I believe that by sharing our experiences we can educate the public as well as support others who might be suffering alone. I know it was a great comfort to find others who underst​ood what ​I was going through.

​There are currently 4 ​interviews to choose from:

1. ​Celebrating Life Interview

Chronic illness is no walk in the park, but it's not the end of the world either. In this interview we take a look at how chronic illness has changed your life and how you celebrate life despite chronic illness or disability.

2. Eat To Heal Interview

Food can make a huge difference to how you feel! Have you changed your diet in order to manage your condition? Tell us how your new way of eating is benefiting you.

3. Faith Through Illness Interview

Has your faith been affected by your condition? How has Jesus helped you through chronic illness?

​4. ​Carer's Interview

​Chronic illness doesn't just affect the patient with the diagnosis, it affects the whole family and often requires much support from others. Are you a carer for somebody with chronic illness? How has care work changed your life and ​relationships? We would love to hear your story. 

* All interviews have been updated, your questions will differ from previously published interviews.

Write A Guest Post Instead

​You may send in a completed guest post if you have written something you think ​my readers would benefit from. Please get in touch and let me know what you have in mind! I would love to share your story here on ChronicallyHopeful.com.

* There are currently no deadlines for these campaigns, they will run continuously until further notice. ​I aim to publish 2 guest ​contributions each month and will share them as Warrior of the Week posts on all ​my social media accounts too. You will be notified via email once your post has been scheduled.

​Most Recent ​Contributors:

ME Warrior living with ME since the age of 18. Brittany Lachapelle shares her story. Photo of Brittany lying in hospital wearing a hospital gown.
ME warrior overcoming stigma and disbelief. Emma shares her story. Emma wearing a red Millions Missing shirt, with oxygen tube in her nose.
Title reads, Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind, How can the church better serve the chronically ill? Picture of Shona Smith, she has short grey hair, wears glasses and is smiling. Guest post by Shona Smith. pin by Chronically Hopeful
Title reads, Celebrating Life despite chronic pain and Osteoporosis, Interview with Lynley. Below is a photo of a lady wearinga blu dress, sitting in a power chair at the beach with the sea in the background,pin by Chronically Hopeful
Brenna is wearing a black top, she has long curly brown hair and is looking to the side. on the right the title reads A day in my life with POTS, MCAD, Gastro Paresis and More. Interview with Brenna by Chronically Hopeful
A lady sitting out in the garden having tea and cake in the sunshine. Title reads Eat To Heal Loss Of Appetite and Depression, Interview with Jo, by Chronically Hopeful

Click here to see them all

​I look forward to collaborating with you too,
Char

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