Accepting ‘Chronic Illness’ (Updated Post) | Carole Scrafton

Acceptance is often viewed as a grieving process, which is a great way to look at it because we do mourn our old lives from when we were fit and agile.

It can be a very emotional and anxious time because our lives need to change in so many ways so that we can adapt them to what our illnesses will allow us do. We do mourn the losses of our independence, mobility, social contact and possibly even our jobs / livelihoods.… Read More Accepting ‘Chronic Illness’ (Updated Post) | Carole Scrafton

#ChronicIllnessVOICE Evening Edition: ~ a health newsletter for everyone! #notjustpatients #chronicillness| 12 July 2018

Alzheimer’s Reading Room Newsletter |  Bob De Marco| Headliner:  Do Persons Living with Dementia Feel Abandoned? | 11 July 2018

THE NEW HEALTH CARE  | Sometimes Patients Simply Need Other Patients |   By Aaron E. Carroll & Austin Frakt |  The New York Times  |  9 July 2018
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