Jenna Green talks multiple sclerosis and degenerative disc disease and how making meaning from chronic illness is not the same as believing that it happened for a reason.
Joseph talks myalgic encephalomyelitis, explaining the impact of illness to your friends, and navigating online support spaces that are often designed for women.
Hannah Forbes talks IBS, endometriosis, raynaud’s and PTSD.
Carmen Cutler talks POTS, fibro, and her graduate research about life with ME.
Rachel Horton talks ME/CFS, fibromyalgia, and learning to talk about chronic illness with the people in your life.
Niamh Wedlake talks neuromyelitis optica, long-term steroid use and socializing while chronically ill.
Nora talks celiac, IBD, c. diff, fatigue, and planning for college and adulthood while chronically ill.
Ashanti Daniel talks ME, hereditary angioedema, asthma, paraneoplastic syndrome, autoimmune autonomic neuropathy, myasthenia gravis and mast cell activation syndrome.
Annie Smith talks autism, ehlers-danlos syndrome & feeding tubes.
Olivia Spring talks CFS/ME, lyme disease, the role of mental health in chronic illness, and navigating school while sick. Plus, she shares her vision for the forthcoming SICK Magazine.