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The last thing you want to think about at the end of a long day is what you’ll be making for dinner, and your family doesn’t need another meal from a bag or a box.
In this episode, you will learn 4 ways a crockpot can be your very best friend.
For more, check out - https://paindoctor.com/every-chronic-pain-patient-crockpot/
Join me as I sit down in conversation with Marina Tsaplina the founder of The Betes Organization, a unique performance group that works to help heal the emotional toll of chronic illness.
Marina Tsaplina is a kinesthetic performing artist, puppeteer, clown and lifelong type 1 diabetic. Rather then pursuing a typical theater and acting career she was interested in finding where in society the power of live performance can truly serve. The Betes Organization brings her skill as a performing artist to develop work that empowers and heals the emotional consequences of chronic illness, starting with Diabetes.
Elizabeth M. Christy lives in Northern Virginia with her husband James, son Jimmy (5), and daughter Lucy (newborn). She is the best-selling author of the children’s book "Why Does Mommy Hurt? Helping Children Cope with having a Caregiver with Chronic Pain, Fibromyalgia, or Autoimmune Disease," and blogs on parentswithpain.com and potomacfallsmama.blogspot.ca. Additionally, she works as a Systems Integrator for TASC. In addition to basic survival, Elizabeth enjoys writing, sewing (especially in straight lines!), and reading good memoirs.
“Why Does Mommy Hurt?” is a great resource to talk to children about chronic pain and illness. On this episode, we'll discuss the guilt and shame many parents suffering from chronic pain feel about their parenting. The fact is that parents with chronic pain or illness can be just as awesome as “normal” parents when it comes to raising kids, and if you love your kids, that’s all that matters. We may not be able to walk a mile to the playground, cook a 7-course organic meal from scratch, or volunteer on a field trip to the amusement park, but that’s not what really matters. If you love your kids, you will find your own way, and your kids will know it. Also, many parents in this situation feel very alone, especially when first diagnosed. There are millions of families out there in the same situation, you are not alone, and you have support out there waiting for you!
Among the many kinds of adversities people can face, one of the most challenging is a chronic illness. I'm delighted to have Cindy Coney, author of The Wild Woman's Guide to Living with Chronic Illness, as today's guest. Cindy was diagnosed with lupus in 1980, and has used this as a catalyst to become an "ambassador of hope and resiliency." She is a speaker, author, expert, philanthropic force, and role model. We'll talk about the kinds of issues people with chronic illness face; the work Cindy does to teach, inspire, and help people; and resources that may be useful for people with chronic illnesses. If you'd like to learn more about Cindy and her work, please visit her web site.
Do you feel like you are losing the battle with a chronic illness, like Lupus? My guest Sara Gorman struggled after her disgnosis of Lupus for 4 years, fighting the disease and life. She then made it her top priority to start living well, despite lupus.
Join me as I sit down in conversation with Sara, as we talk about how she came to terms with her chronic illness and how she learned to start living well with her chronic condition and the steps she took to get there.
The National Institute of Mental Health states that Major depressive disorder, or depression, is a serious mental illness. Depression interferes with your daily life and routine and reduces your quality of life. About 6.7% of U.S. adults ages 18 and older have depression. Depression not only affects your brain and behavior—it affects your entire body. Depression has been linked with other health problems, including chronic pain. Dealing with more than one health problem at a time can be difficult, so proper treatment is important. Chronic pain is pain that lasts for weeks, months, or even years. It often does not ease with regular pain medication. Chronic pain can have a distinct cause, such as a temporary injury or infection or a long-term disease. But some chronic pain has no obvious cause. Like depression, chronic pain can cause problems with sleep and daily activities, reducing your quality of life. Join me and my special guest speaker Dr. Dale Brown who specializes and treats these medical issues. We will discuss the seriousness of how disabling chronic pain and depression can be, then we will discuss how Dr. Brown has saved my life from these diblitating disorders. He can save yours too! We will also discuss chronic Migraines and the dibilitating suffering that comes with them and how you can be relieved of them without the use of anymore harmful pain narcotics. I was addicted for 9 years to pain pills and now free from them. Let us help you with your suffering and find a new freedom and help you live life again with positive energy! We go live Friday nite Jan 9th at 9pm CT. Click on http://bit.ly/1hVx5Yv for your free BTR account to become a follower of my show, please support me! Click the follow button on my wall after your done signing up and then be in the chat room! See you there!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, likely we all know someone who has been affected by this dreadful illness. Perhaps you have been in the role of supportive partner, relative or friend. Whatever your connection to breast cancer and other serious chronic physical illnesses, it takes an emotional tollnot only on the patients, but on those around the patient.
Let's talk about this on the next episode of Discussions with Delia in BlogTalk Radio. Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
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Tahir is passionate about expanding the role of mHealth in chronic disease management He founded ManagingLife to empower chronic pain sufferers with a market-leading app, Manage My Pain, which is the most effective way to track, analyze, and share one's pain. Tahir holds an Engineering degree and an MBA from the University of Toronto, and previously worked as an IBM technology strategy consultant.
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