For many living with chronic illnesses, medical trauma experienced as a child results in PTSD and other emotional side effects in adulthood.
For some with mental illness, medication is the only way to a stable, healthy life. Find out why one writer didn’t think so and why she quit her meds.
The medical system can seem fragmented and broken. Here’s one patient’s story about how healthcare teams have failed her time and time again.
Meet the women who started a movement and got people opening up about living with invisible illnesses.
They say there are two sides to every story. Here’s a bit of background about the Lyme disease controversy and what it means for patients.
Being sick and living with an invisible illness is hard to do, let alone explain to others.
Finding that sweet spot between self-advocacy and illness self-absorption can go a long way.
We’re here to give you the tools you need to manage your illnesses and live a life you love, on your own terms.