- Chronicillnesscat.tumblr.com — Next to my percocet, the humor I find in this site is the best medicine to dull some pain. Being able to laugh at myself makes these diseases a little easier. Have a laugh, check out chronic illness cat!
- RaWarrior — everything you ever wanted to know about rheumatoid arthritis and chronic illness. This woman’s website is absolutely wonderful- a great resource for both families and those who are sick.
- ButYouDontLookSick — A website designed for those with chronic illness. Excellent forums with specific threads for tons of different illnesses, from chronic migraines to Lymes, Lupus to the undiagnosed. created by the author of the Spoon Theory, this website was my go-to for questions, advice, and resources to give to my friends and family.
- Chronicallyscrewed.tumblr.com — a young woman my own age suffering from ME/CFS. She has a great way with words in describing her journey that I can relate to when I can’t seem to find the words (or the ability to write them, thank you brain fog) myself. I have followed her from the very beginning and her story resonates deeply with me. She is one of very few people that I am able to have contact with that is my age experiencing very similar symptoms.
Dr. Cranquis is a real life urgent care physician who takes time out of his busy schedule to provide tales of his daily experiences as a physician, ins and outs of medical school, various articles, as well as help people through his ask box with various concerns and questions. Dr. Cranquis won’t cease to make you laugh and there is always something new to learn by reading his stories! A very big thank you to Dr. Cranquis, as he was the person that inspired me to start blogging about my illnesses and reach out to others.
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