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Celebrating Life Despite Depression, Anxiety & ME/CFS – A Day In The Life of Jorja

A close up of half of Jorja's face, title reads: Celebrating life despite depression, anxiety and ME/cfs.

After a long break, I am happy to be resuming our twice-monthly guest interviews. This week we are meeting Jorja who has been living with Depression, Anxiety and ME/CFS for many years. This interview is part of an ongoing series where we interview people from around the world who share how chronic illness or disability has changed their lives and how they continue to find reasons to celebrate anyway. 

I hope this series will inform and encourage you and maybe help you feel less alone if you're dealing with something similar. If you'd like to be featured too, click here.

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Celebrating Life Despite Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis (ADEM) – A Day In The Life Of Sarah

Sarah standing in front of a brick wall. She has pink hair and a black top. Title reads: Celebrating life despite Acute Dissemminated Encephalomyelitis. Interview with Sarah.

​Today I am honoured to share Sarah's chronic illness story. She has been battling Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis, also referred to as ADEM, for decades. This interview is part of an ongoing series where we meet warriors from around the world ​who share their struggles and victories as they navigate life with various chronic illnesses and invisible disabilities. 

I hope this series will encourage you and help you to find answers ​and community. I know that many of the things which I now rely on to manage my condition came from other patients with more experience. I hope that, by sharing these stories, newly diagnosed ​warriors will feel supported and less alone.

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Celebrating Life Despite Bipolar Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder – A Day In The Life Of Nicole

Nicole wearing a black top and silver necklace. TItle reads: Celebrating life despite bipolar, anxiety and panic disorders. Interview with Nicole Neer

​This week I'm sharing Nicole's story. This incredible warrior lives with ​multiple chronic illnesses including Bipolar Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder as well as undiagnosed chronic pain and fatigue.

​Her interview is part of ​our ongoing series ​​featuring spoonie warriors from around the world, each ​highlighting the realities of life with ​chronic illness and invisible disability and how they celebrate life in spite of it all. 

​I hope their stories will encourage you and help you to see that whatever you are going through, you are not alone. There is an incredibly supportive community of chronic illness warriors online - and I can't wait to introduce ​them to you!

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Celebrating Life Despite Chronic Pain And Osteoporosis – A Day In The Life Of Lynley

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

​​Today I am excited to share Lynley's story. She has been living with chronic pain and osteoporosis for years and is sharing how her life has changed and how she not only gets through, but celebrates life despite her conditions.

​This interview is part of an ongoing series where ​warriors from around the world ​​share their struggles and victories as they navigate life with various chronic illnesses and invisible disabilities.​ I hope you will be encouraged and perhaps even find new friends ​or support through this amazing community of warriors.

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Living With POTS, Gastroparesis, MCAD And More – A Day In The Life Of Brenna

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

​Today I am ​excited to share ​Brenna's chronic illness story with you. She is a creative warrior who has been battling​ a multitude of chronic conditions including POTS, Gastroparesis, MCAD and many more for over a decade.

This interview is part of an ongoing series where we meet spoonie warriors from around the world ​who share their struggles and victories as they navigate life with various chronic ​conditions ​​or invisible disabilities. 

I hope this series will encourage you and perhaps help you to find answers ​and community. I know that many of the things which I now ​depend on to manage my conditions came from ​listening to patients with more experience. I hope that, by sharing these stories, newly diagnosed ​warriors will feel more supported and less alone.

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