My brother and I have an amazing relationship since childhood. I was one year and four months old when he was born and it is the best day of my life till now. I guess my parents gave me the best gift ever. I was over protective about him always. He was my best friend… Continue reading Rakshabandhan Special : My little brother grew up!
Who doesn't like celebrations, those claps and being appreciated once in a while. Since childhood we are used to waiting for such moments and cherish them in our own ways. But if despite being young, you are someone who has been dealing with physical and mental health issues for years now, this may not happen… Continue reading Celebrating Little Victories by Arun Dahiya
Think of pain as a friend. A terrible, toxic friend. Who shows up uninvited, burrows into your life. You can't ask him for help. You can't expect him to understand you and your problems. You're just fundamentally dissimilar. But stuck together, like a buddy cop movie no one asked for. This friend will take up… Continue reading Description of Pain by a Lupus fighter.
A year ago, this day, my eyes were opened to how petty my problems were, and how ignorant an educated idiot I was. Or maybe I was not to be blamed entirely. For no one and no institute ever brought into focus, anything about Chronic Pain. So, naturally, it was quite tough for me to… Continue reading Dear friend, I’m getting there, and I believe you!
About the Book Finally, there is an answer for how to live a healthy life and heal completely without drugs. The natural world and all life exists in a matrix of light and frequency. Modern lifestyle and toxicity create disturbances in the holographic body and cellular communication, causing ill health. Water, earth, electromagnetism, and air… Continue reading Book Review: FAB Health – Understanding Why We Become So Ill So We Can Become Better by Paulette Agnew
So how different is the life of normal people from people with Chronic Pain? Well not only managing the illness and pain, everything changes its meaning when people live with chronic relentless pain. So here is my question to normal people can you deal with this daily and won't be exhausted? 1. Sleepless nights due… Continue reading How Chronic Pain changes every aspect of your life…
Last year was tough. I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, a neuro-musculoskeletal pain disorder and my chronic pains basically decided everything for me. No, it has no cure. Chronic pain is a bitch . It eats and gnaws on you slowly leaving you such that you will never be whole again. It kills a part of… Continue reading The year of not giving up
One of the most difficult parts of having an invisible illness like bipolar/depression/schizophrenia/Fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue etc. is that people never really understand the depth of your pain and how much you may be going through. Someone having to live with an invisible illness has to try and do so much more to be able to survive in… Continue reading How I’d like you to treat people with an invisible illness!
Many of us have faced those tough times where we have gone to multiple doctors with our issues of severe pain to weird symptoms list and no idea how and why all this is happening to us. Confused and scared, with a hope that the doctor we are visiting will have all the answers to… Continue reading Why we feel a Doctor’s Directory is required?
These are the list of conditions, we at Chronic Pain India are trying to raise awareness for:- Ankylosing Spondylitis Arachnoiditis Arthritis Asthma Arthrofibrosis Ataxic Cerebral Palsy Autoimmune Atrophic Gastritis Autoimmune Diseases Avascular Necrosis Back Pain Behcet’s Disease Burning Mouth Syndrome Bursitis CADASIL- (Central Autosomal Dominant Arteriopathy with Subcortical Infarcts and Leukoencephalopathy) Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Cauda… Continue reading List of Conditions