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Jen
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Holidays with Chronic Illness - Malaga, Spain
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Jen Sep 17
Love this post! So interesting to hear about the differences between there and here (UK). Invisible in Singapore: What's It Like to Live Here with Chronic Illnesses? via
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Jen Sep 17
Pacing is a simple concept. So why do I find it so hard?
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Jen Sep 17
Acceptance: It's not about giving up but living life despite chronic illness – My Brain Lesion and Me via
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Esther Smith Sep 11
Journalling through my thoughts about my chronic illness was such an eye-opener and, yes, emotional. via
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Jen Sep 13
Replying to @dizzythedonkey
Thanks Heather ❤️
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Jen Sep 13
Replying to @MS_Londoner
Thank you, feeling a bit better today x
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Jen Sep 13
Replying to @MSaremyinitials
Thanks Marcie ❤️
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Jen Sep 13
Replying to @chronicmom1
Thanks for the RT 😊
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Jen Sep 13
Replying to @beautifu75
Thanks Shannon. I wonder if the change in weather is impacting?
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An Ordinary Girl With MS Sep 11
I have a new blog post today! ☺️ Not my usual upload time, but I explain that in my post 🙏🧡😊 click on the link if you'd like to have a read (there are pics too hehe)
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Jen Sep 11
Whoever said that was predictable was wrong. Why do I feel extra rubbish today?😫
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Jen Sep 11
Mmmm, definitely trying these shots :)
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Jen Sep 11
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Jen Sep 10
Replying to @AChVoice
Thank you too ❤️
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Jen Sep 10
Replying to @serenebutterfly
Thank you 😊 xx
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Jen Sep 10
‘...Joy can be found not just in fun, light moments, but also in achieving what one once thought they couldn’t achieve.’ Find Your Way Back to Happiness with a Chronic Illness via
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Jen Sep 10
‘Some days, as I look back on my story, I am just so relieved that I didn’t know what lay ahead. I feel like I have been protected from being completely overwhelmed.’ Taking A "One Day At A Time" Philosophy With Chronic Illness via
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Jen Sep 9
Thanks for the RT Joan! Xx
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Jen Sep 9
Thanks for the rt Susan 😊
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