Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.




Follow This Show

Stay in the know about new episodes and updates.
National Invisible Chronic Illness Awareness Week (Sept 12-19.2011) is held annually in September and uses this forum for our online seminar events on topics about living with chronic illness. Seminars will be panel guest this year on subjects of relationships, advocacy, faith, parenting, career and more. It is hosted by Lisa Copen, founder of NICIAW, who also his the founder or Rest Ministries, which serves the chronically ill.

On-Demand Episodes

Do you keep trying to move forward but your illness and habits keep pulling you down? Jennifer Prokopy, founder of ChronicBabe.com, reaches thousands of women every day with messages of hope - and teach them how to maintain... more

Jeff Kenyon has a passion for reaching out to the chronically ill, especially men who are hurting. As a husband and a stay-at-home father of a 3-year-old, Jeff will share some of his insights about the week from a man's perspective. Call in and... more

Dating with an illness? College? Career? How do all the pieces fit when you are coping with an illness? Be sure to let the young girls and gals in your life know about this seminar with guest Laurie Edwards. She is the author of "Life... more

Does faith make a difference when you are living with a chronic illness? Michele has lived with chronic illness for over 23 years. Unfortunately, she knows first hand how it affects the family. Being in the ministry for over 34 years, she has... more

Have you recently been diagnosed with a chronic illness? Do you feel lonely and confused? Trish & Jeff have both been where you are today and can guide and empower you to emerge on the other side of the journey with the strength and... more

Don't miss this very informative show ith Lynn Royster, the Director of the Chronic Illness Initiative at DePaul University's School for New Learning. It's a unique program designed to help chronically ill students obtain a college education. In... more

Ever wonder how people make a living online? Do you need some extra income while you are at home with a chronic illness? Connie Roberts has multiple chronic illnesses and has been blogging since April, '07. She now writes 3 of her own... more

Do you have a chronic illnes but still find yourself as a caregiver for a loved one? Meet Julie-Allyson Ieron (pronounced: I-RUN). She is a conference speaker and author. Her newest book is "The Overwhelmed Woman’s Guide to … Caring for... more

Support groups are easy to lead, right? There are never any problems when you attend, correct? Not always... but they can still be a true blessing in your life. Drop in for this show with Christina J. Werdebaugh, the Director and Support... more
Show Extras