Relapse

Everyday life interrupted by a relapse in chronic illness

A tongue in cheek examination of how to fill the days

Just when I thought I had the hang of my illness

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Energy drinks are not the fix-all they may seem

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Filling the days and learning new skills

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What to do with "get well soon" flowers

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Baths are surprising tiring, and may be the main activity of a whole day

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Practice getting enough rest

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Catching up on reading about my illness

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Coping with the weather

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My chronic illness can strike me in new and surprising ways

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When my entire wardrobe became pyjamas and inspirational comfortwear

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What does chronic illness feel like?

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Chronic illness is holding pattern, waiting for something better to come along

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The closest I come to experiencing the outside world

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Everything I learnt about comfort I learnt from my cat

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Cleaning my teeth sometimes is just too much

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Chronic illness means taking care of my own haircuts

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Finding that last energy drink

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Making a cup of tea can be exhausting

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Sharing the bed with my cat

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Getting out of bed on the wrong side

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Getting to the door for a delivery can be tiring and cause confusion

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Making the bed - just too hard to cope with

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Every day tasks never seem to get done

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Looking for some security and comfort, so make a sofa fort

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Just can't face the day

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Relaxing with a DVD

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Collecting the post can be the longest walk of the day

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Inviting people over for dinner can be too much some days. Get delivery food.

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When someone wishes you a healthy new year, and you hear elfy new year

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Always beating the cat to a snooze on the sofa

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