Tag: psychology

Going Mental For My Mental Health: #SelfCareMvmt Part 4

Welcome to another week of the #SelfCareMvmt! This series on self-care is such an important one for chronic illness patients. It sounds counterproductive, but chronic illness patients tend to let self-care fall by the wayside, when we’re the ones who need it more than normal! I’m definitely guilty of this, so this week we’re talking about psychological and emotional self-care. If you’ve missed any of the previous posts, read week one, read week two, and read week three to get yourself caught up! Remember to follow the movement from Self Care Catalysts on social media with #SelfCareMvmt.

Fighting Through The Lesser Of Two Evils

As I’ve introduced before and teased in my last blog post, I’ve been attending an intensive 10-week program at Mary Free Bed Rehabiliation Hospital in Grand Rapids, MI. To learn more about the basics of the program, read here.  The program incorporates nursing, medical,… Continue Reading “Fighting Through The Lesser Of Two Evils”

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