CFS/me

Since having this blog I’ve written many posts about my life with my chronic illness. They’re all together here on this page, with each their own little summary, to make it easier for myself to find posts when I wish to share them. =)
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april 2013 – How To: Live With CFS/ME. Part one.
What is CFS/me, what are the symptoms, and is there any known cause. (spoiler alert: there isn’t any)

may 2013 – How To: Live With CFS/ME. The story so far.
The story from my first encounter with the illness, till may 2013. About my three setbacks, how they affected my life, and how I dealt with them.

july 2013 – How To: Live With CFS. Part Three.
A description of a bad day, an okay day, and a good day. How they felt for me at the time I wrote this.

october 2013 – Upside down. Inside out.
A short life update. I had just figured out I had to quit my dreamjob.

december 2013 – She makes the sound the sea makes.
A short life update. The trouble between finding the balance between wanting to talk about my illness, and not wanting to only talk about my illness.

februari 2014 – How to: Live With CFS. All the bad feels.
A rant like post about the things people really should stop saying to people with my illness.

august 2014 – Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes
A short life update. About how weird it is that my life changed so much in such a short amount of time.

june 2015 – How to: live with CFS. Doing all the therapies.
The therapies I had tried up to this point, and if and how they affected me.

may 2016 – How to live with CFS: in theory. How I got ill.
The theory of how I became as ill as I am now, despite having several very healthy years before it.

august 2016 – How to live with CFS: in theory. Pacing.
A more in-depth look at one of the things I had learned in therapy. After I finished the therapy and had a more clear look on everything. This time, it’s about pacing.

september 2016 – Day of resting – vlog.
A video diary from a day in which all I did was rest. And hang out with Kevin in the evening. It’s pretty boring, but it’s what most of my days were like in 2016.

november 2016 – How to live with CFS: in theory. GET.
A more in-depth look at one of the things I had learned in therapy. After I finished the therapy and had a more clear look on everything. This time, it’s about GET, or Graded Exercise Therapy.

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