Thanksgiving is a season of gratitude, love, and thanks. This gathering prepares us for the holiday season ahead of us. The traditional feast and family get together is a wonderful experience, but can be hard for those with disabilities. Keep in mind, there is much to be thankful for despite living with an illness or disability.
Patient Perspective on Twitter
On twitter, Patient Perspective tweeted asking followers what they were thankful for this holiday season and what was challenging about Thanksgiving, while living with a
disability. I received an abundant amount of responses via direct messages. My followers explained their gratitude and what can make the holiday even more enjoyable.
Make sure you follow, @POV_patient on Twitter! Continue reading to learn about ways to improve the thanksgiving season and to hear about what these individuals with disabilities are thankful for. You may even have similar thoughts, I know I do. Continue reading “Give Thanks for Perspective”
Living with an illness or disability can bring difficulties and challenges. It is often the individuals who have an illness or a disability, who face many changes in their lives. One’s lifestyle may be altered because of the illness, causing changes in their relationships, employment, and normalcy. Continue reading “10 Tips for living with Illness/Disability”
I remember that it hurt. There was an unbearable amount of confusion and pain that cluttered my thirteen year old brain. At that age, I began to have symptoms that would later be diagnosed as multiple rare diseases.
I have faced sickness and suffering and symptoms that are unimaginable. The agony and the pain was dominating my life, but it became the fuel that built my passion for Patient Perspective.Continue reading “The Limitless Journey”