62 – RAA Dakar

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R A A Dakar talks ME and fibro, the isolation of chronic illness, and mourning the person you used to be.


I’m Brianne Benness and this is No End In Sight, a podcast about life with chronic illness.

As usual, here’s a quick plug for my patreon campaign just in case you’ve been enjoying the show and also have a few bucks to spare each month. I’ve been using the patreon money to subsidize the cost of transcribing the podcast. So, if you’re interested and able to contribute, you can find that at patreon.com/noendinsight.

This week I’m talking to R A A Dakar about ME and fibro, the isolation of chronic illness, and mourning the person you used to be.

Before we start, here’s my disclaimer:

This podcast is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Make sure you talk to your practitioner about any questions or symptoms.

[interview transcript coming soon]

Thank you for listening to episode 62 of No End In Sight!

You can find my guest on twitter @RAADakar and you can find me on instagram and twitter @bennessb. And of course you can find this show on instagram @no.end.in.sight.pod.

Plus, don’t forget to check out the new No End In Sight collection on Medium where you’ll find stories and essays about life with chronic illness. You can find that at medium.com/no-end-in-sight.

As usual, don’t forget that I have a small Facebook Group called Chronic Hustlers for people living with chronic conditions who are self employed. It’s quiet but growing, and you’ll even find a few podcast guests in the group.

And finally:

This podcast is supported by my cross stitch company, Digital Artisanal. When I’m up for it, I make simple modern patterns that you’ll actually want to hang in your home. I’ve got dozens of very simple icons that you can customize to your heart’s delight. I’d love it if you checked us out at digitalartisanal.com

Looking for transcripts? Episodes 1-31, 54-57, 66 & 69 are fully transcribed.
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