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this is a podcast about chronic illness. we discuss all the wondrous joys and justifiable woes of living life with unrelenting pain and fatigue, along with all sorts of generally silly and straight up rude garbage. there is understandably quite a lot of swearing. hosted by Queens of Pain Chloe Sargeant & Joanna Nilson See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
DISabled to ENabled podcast is the podcast for people with chronic illnesses. Join British host Jessie Ace as she interviews inspiring people affected by chronic illness who turned their diagnosis into something incredibly unexpected. Listen to people such as celebrities/CEOs/athletes/marathon runners as well as real-life stories as they let you into their lives and how they did something awesome despite their chronic illness diagnosis. Learn their tips, tricks, and advice for living your be ...
 
Discomfort Zone features immersive stories on chronic illness and disability showcasing our vulnerability, wellness, and resilience. My guests and I find comfort by turning towards discomfort, welcoming it, and laughing at it. I am an engineering graduate who reinvented himself as a podcaster and chronic illness/disability advocate after developing fibromyalgia, myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS), and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS).
 
Jessica Minhas, host and founder of I'll Go First®, dives into the topics and conversations that we want to have but are a little afraid to talk about or aren't sure where to start. Join her at the table as she shares her story about overcoming abuse, sexual assault, trauma, and chronic illnesses. Celebrate the stories of courageous overcomers, inspiring mental health champions, and those boldly stepping into taboo spaces and inviting us into a full life. Listen, learn, and heal with people ...
 
Chronically Healing started as a space to share the stories of those with chronic illness. As the show has continued, we've morphed into a space for anyone focused on living a holistic, healthy life - realistically. Host Jessie Fritz and her guests have conversations around chronic issues, healing modalities and how to tap into your body to feel your best. We chat with different people all around the world about how to keep yourself healthy and happy throughout your life journey.
 
The Rest Room is a podcast about living well with chronic illness. I'm Natasha Lipman, an award-winning chronic illness blogger and journalist from London. I've been working with experts to bring you evidence-based guides on a whole host of topics like pacing, exercise, and chronic pain. I'll also be talking to people who live with chronic illness and disability who are doing awesome things and learning how they make it work, as well as digging deep into the businesses and brands that are fo ...
 
In "The Patient is In,” the StuffThatWorks podcast, community members recount their personal stories about dealing with chronic illness and disease, and share how a mix of strength, courage and science helped them through. Hear stories showcasing what’s possible when people are empowered to advocate for their own health, or the health of their loved ones.
 
Living with an autoimmune disease, chronic pain, inflammation, and fatigue can be difficult and exhausting to both navigate and manage. Take heart, you have found a podcast that provides guidance, education, and connection. Every Wednesday you’ll receive a weekly dose of upbeat and authentic musings about life, wellness, and healing from your host, Alyssa Abrahamson, Functional Nutritional Therapist & Wellness Coach. Alyssa’s intention is to uplift and inspire you, as she shares her stories, ...
 
Motherhood - it doesn't look the same for any of us - but you know what?! All of us are carrying around our own baggage. Whether it's helping your children with autism or anxiety, living with chronic illness, surviving from abuse in all of its forms, or feeling depressed and stuck in our lives - girl, I've got you! We ARE going to talk about all of those things - but we are also going to talk about super fun and nerdy things too! Like historical costuming or sewing, minimalism, hair and make ...
 
The Talking Type 1 Podcast is an award-winning type 1 diabetes podcast by Daniel Newman. Daniel, who has been living with type 1 diabetes since 1996, interviews members of the diabetes community sharing their empowering and educational journeys of life with type 1 diabetes. You can find Daniel on Instagram or Twitter at @t1d_dan or email him at talkingtype1podcast@gmail.com. If you'd like to be on the show then please get in touch.
 
Let’s Thrive is here to expand the mind with inspiring, empowering, and educational conversations with guests just like you and me. These interviews share the stories and journeys of others in the hopes of guiding you along your own path. Whether this is in health and wellness; spirituality and personal growth; business and entrepreneurship; or exploring human nature itself, there’s something for everyone. After all, we all start somewhere and Let’s Thrive is here to bridge the gap between h ...
 
A podcast by and for patients living with primary immunodeficiency (PI). “A Slice of PI” explores the diverse experiences of people living with PI through reflexive investigation of the social and emotional well-being of people living with these diseases. This podcast speaks to the complexities that come with living with PI and intends to highlight strategies for cultivating a meaningful life. Each episode, join host Bryan as he sits with patients and experts alike to explore topics surround ...
 
Chronic illness and other health challenges can be a real bummer--but they don't have to be the end of joy and fulfillment. It turns out we can still have epic lives, even when our bodies have plans of their own. Join San Francisco psychotherapist Lauren Selfridge for honest, humorous, and inspiring conversations with people who get what it's like to live with health challenges. Whether you're in the car, on a walk, in the waiting room, or lying in bed, we'll be here to keep you company alon ...
 
Welcome to the because we are a strong podcast. A podcast inspired by stories of struggle and strength. A place where you can feel safe enough to share every part of your rare story. The good, the bad, the happy, and anything in between. Many times those in the rare disease community feel isolated from the rest of the world. rare disease comes with its own set of unique challenges, ones that are hard for the outside world to understand. Through our stories, we can bridge the gap between a la ...
 
Let’s not reinvent the wheel- let’s replace it with the latest model and put a new spin on life! With a lack of male voices in the world of therapy, self-help, and parenting, The Dude Therapist Podcast will help fill the void and give men and women alike a safe space to be themselves and grow. As a trained therapist, I provide an informed, fun, and relatable male perspective on everything from mental health, men's issues, parenting, and just being a human. Whether you want to understand your ...
 
The host, Dee, was raised in a small town in rural Mississippi, a creative woman with a humble & warm spirit. Her creative beginnings started in middle school with drawing, poetry and storytelling. Now in her 30s, she's an Editor, Designer, Podcaster, & is a EHYO Fanfiction Award winner on the popular Wattpad App & has her own start-up production company, DeeJ Productionz. IT'S WHATEVA Podcast about EVERYTHING from Black Lives Matter, Life, Black Creators, Mental Health Awareness, the Chroni ...
 
Derek and Victoria are no strangers to chronic Illness. Beyond Your Diagnosis is a podcast about two strangers with two completely different chronic illnesses who found each other through the power of social media. Join them for the tears, the laughter and the “did they just really say that?!” moments while they both continue to navigate the long and winding road of their chronic illnesses.
 
Living with chronic illness completely changes your life but nobody talks about it. It's so easy to feel that you are the only one struggling but I am here to tell you that you are not alone! As a therapist living with three autoimmune conditions, I know exactly how it feels to lose your old self and life and I am here to share how I learned to cope with many changes chronic illness brings and all those other things your Doctor didn't warn you about. Let's talk about real life with chronic i ...
 
Welcome to The Uncensored Empath! As an empath entrepreneur who has navigated 14+ years of chronic illness, I created this platform to share tools and insights I’ve learned healing my autoimmune disease and building a thriving spiritual wellness business. I'm here to support highly sensitives in creating a body, business, and life they love. Get ready for a unique blend of energy, neuroscience, spirituality, and intuition that will transform the way you think!
 
Do you want to be healed from chronic disease, but it sometimes feels like it is impossible? In this channel, I am going to share with you how ordinary people from all over the world have beaten chronic diseases naturally and developed unbreakable wellness by applying functional medicine approach in order to inspire and give hope to people from all over the world who are suffering from chronic diseases or symptoms such as diabetes, fibromyalgia, autoimmune disease, rheumatoid arthritis, meta ...
 
On the Spectrum of Health Podcast, Dr. Christine Schaffner shares a spectrum of health and wellness information ranging from chronic illness to organic skincare and anti-aging. Dr. Schaffner sits at a unique vantage point in that she sees patients struggling with chronic illness from all over the world in her practice. She also created the Bella Fiore Organic Med Spa & Klinik in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Schaffner is passionate about sharing cutting edge information from the experts in her co ...
 
A show for women in creative businesses. Your host is Nikita Williams, owner of Crafted To Thrive a creative coaching business. On the show, you’ll hear conversations about the real everyday struggles of juggling life and business while trying to maintain passion and balance. As women, we have the skill of getting things done but sometimes we get in our own way. It’s here where you’ll see you're not alone. You’ll discover that success does not mean perfection. Fear, negative thoughts & chall ...
 
Hi, I'm Adrienne Clements, Illness Advocate + Empowerment Coach, and on this show it’s my mission to provide you with simple strategies to navigate the various mental, emotional, relational, and existential challenges of living a life with chronic + invisible illness. Filled with practical psychology, empowering expert interviews, and personal insights + observations from my own journey as an Invisible Warrior; each week we will explore a new tool for navigating this often confusing adventur ...
 
Helen Wilkinson and Caroline Somos host Love to Sew, a fun weekly podcast about making clothes, sewing community, and small business. They talk about their passion for sewing a handmade wardrobe and their daily lives as creative entrepreneurs. Listen to interviews with indie business owners and inspiring sewists who totally understand your obsession with sewing.
 
In July 2016, a few weeks before my 25th birthday, I was diagnosed with Hairy Cell Leukemia - a chronic, slow-growing blood cancer. Thankfully, HCL has a good prognosis. I'll be flying to Washington DC to participate in a clinical trial for HCL patients at the NIH. This podcast will be a diary of my treatment experience, as well as a place to explore some of the questions that this diagnosis has brought up for me: How do I cope with being faced with my mortality? How do I live with a chronic ...
 
How do you look and feel great and live a long, healthy life? And how do you avoid chronic health issues and diseases in this modern toxic world? Adrienne Nolan-Smith (holistic patient advocate, speaker, health researcher, founder of WellBe) hosts this weekly series dedicated to your health empowerment. If you want to know how you can prevent and heal chronic health issues naturally when they arise through integrative and functional medicine (because let's face it conventional healthcare is ...
 
Helping people make peace with food since 2013. Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and journalist Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CDN talks with guests about their relationships with food, body image, eating disorders, weight and size acceptance, non-diet nutrition, exercise, self-compassion and self-care--all from a body-positive, Health at Every Size perspective. Along the way, Christy shares her own journey from disordered eater and dieter to food writer a ...
 
Since 1989, Patient Services Incorporated has restored hope and health to chronic and rare disease patients. We truly admire the many perspectives we come across in our line of work. This inspired our new podcast, Rare Perspectives, where we go beyond the diagnosis and explore the heart of the experience. Our goal is to shed light on the paths that patients walk and highlight different perspectives. We hope their stories help to educate you about chronic illness.
 
Podcast featuring conversations with health entrepreneurs, care professionals, patient advocates, and industry changemakers. What do they all have in common? The mission to humanize healthcare by exploring the disconnect in relationships. --- Hosted by Eva Minkoff. Part of the Invisible Not Broken Podcast Network.
 
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I’m joined by one of my best friends in the world, Colin Gorrie. Or should I say Dr. Colin Gorrie.Colin is a linguist and lifelong language learner. These days he works on bringing knowledge of language and linguistics to a wider audience online. Colin also lives with EDS and experiences a lot of brain fog and fatigue, so I thought it would be a go…
 
Dr. Lee interviews Gina Sangster on the topic of shame and sexuality concerning chronic illness and pain. Gina is a DC native who holds an MFA from Columbia University and an MSW from Catholic University. She has also received additional training through the Mid-Atlantic Group Psychotherapy Society and the Washington School of Psychiatry. She is a …
 
THROWBACK TO OUR 100TH EPISODE: Managing from Mattress with Eva Minkoff and Monica Michelle. In this episode, we talk about our individual experiences & tips for managing our flares on our "bed bound" days. Since the two of us have varying degrees of illness severity and mattress-bound frequency, this episode covers much of the spectrum of experien…
 
Ashok Gupta’s neuroplasticity training — also called limbic system retraining — reduced chronic pain, depression, and anxiety by more than 40% for women with fibromyalgia in 8 weeks. In today’s episode, Gupta shares his results, and discusses how focusing on the nervous system can create surprising results for chronic illness. https://drruscio.com/…
 
Anti-diet dietitian and mental health counselor Aleta Storch joins us to discuss diet culture in the ADHD and autoimmune disorder communities, her and Christy’s experiences of living with chronic illness, how social determinants of health are often ignored or twisted to uphold diet culture, wellness culture and its stigmatization of medication, and…
 
In this episode, you’ll learn Katie's not-so-super-quick secrets. You’ll discover their favourite book, favourite place, scariest thing they’ve done and (our favourite) the weirdest thing they’ve ever done. What actions do they think needs to change to help people with chronic illnesses. Discover what is still possible after a diagnosis or accident…
 
Today’s podcast is with the community manager of StuffThatWorks, Maya Geller. Maya takes us through her journey with a very intimate and life-altering issue she dealt with for almost half of her life with absolutely no relief for a long time. It wasn’t until Maya shared about her experience in a Facebook group that she found out there were many oth…
 
Hey Peeps ! it's Kristine and I'm flying solo tonight; however, this disease is one that hits both tt and I very deeply. so I am super excited to sit down with veronica. Veronica has been a chronic illness warrior for over 15 years. She has been battling Crohn's disease for 15 years. Crohn’s disease is a type of inflammatory bowel disease. It cause…
 
Most of us think of our genes as our destiny. If something is in our DNA, then it's inevitable. But the burgeoning field of epigenetics shows us that that's not true at all. In fact, very little about your physical and mental health has anything to do with genes: your environment, lifestyle, and daily choices play a much bigger role. In this episod…
 
In today’s solo episode, Sarah invites you to step into the new paradigm of leadership in both business and life. Learn about the many ways Sarah has embodied this beautiful energy of leadership that comes from a place of both masculine and feminine since a life-changing moment at age sixteen. In this episode of The Uncensored Empath: Explore the o…
 
Anti-diet dietitian and Intuitive Eating co-author Elyse Resch returns to Food Psych to discuss the role of satisfaction in intuitive eating, the nuances of hunger and fullness, intuitive eating in eating-disorder treatment, the forthcoming Intuitive Eating Journal and Intuitive Eating Card Deck, and so much more. Plus, in “Ask Food Psych,” Christy…
 
This week, Chris and Lindsey return discuss the changes that have become more evident over the last year's COVID disaster, and what it can mean for the future of mental health awareness. Helpful Links / Reading Material: LACDMH Resources for COVID NEW PATREON IS LIVE! Links for the Show: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Reddit | Patreon Email us @ …
 
In this week's episode, we will be chatting with the amazing Tamra Andress all about her faith, drive, and alignment of her life, and what it means to be a whole person. Tamra Andress is the CEO & founder of CORE Creatives Chrisitan women's business membership and expert coaching program. She’s the host of the globally ranked Fit in Faith Podcast s…
 
In this episode of Uncomfortable, I chat with Bailee Noella. Bailee just released a book of poetry, Bathtub in Flames. She explains how her poetry was a way to help her heal the trauma she suffered due to sexual abuse. *Trigger Warning* - Bailee and I do touch on the sexual abuse that she went through as a child. If you suffered abuse, you may wish…
 
5 Steps to an Inspiring & Clutter-free Kitchen with Sarah Gerber Meet Sarah… Sarah Gerber is the owner of NEAT Method Vancouver. Trained as a web and graphic designer, this married Mama is a DIY expert and organization queen. From organizing every room in your home to helping make a move or relocation go off […]…
 
Ever wonder why your house always looks messy even though you feel like you’re working on it a lot? I used to, too. I know now that usually, the problem is procrasticlutter. Sorry. Specifically, I’m bemoaning that getting behind on even just the last step of laundry can make my house look like I’ve eliminated […] The post 279: Why Your House Looks …
 
Joining me for a special birthday edition podcast episode is Renee Taylor of @killinitwithcrohns. We get very candid while discussing past and present struggles as well as wins along the way. This is an episode sprinkled with laughter as well as tidbits of wisdom and life advice for anyone on a similar path. Renee truly embodies the queen energy an…
 
In this episode, Dr. David Hanscom talks with Dr. Joe Tatta, a global leader in integrative pain care and author of the best-selling book Radical Relief, about his 5 step framework for treating chronic pain based on Acceptance Commitment Therapy. He focuses on helping patients develop psychological flexibility as a way to change behavior and give u…
 
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy is a research proven technique for resolving trauma, anxiety, fear, and some of the limbic imbalances that can prevent healing progress, whether with your gut symptoms, chonic illness, and more. Listen as I discuss with Paula Harry, LCSW, to learn more about EMDR, how it works, and how to…
 
001. What is your inner dialogue? What does your inner critic say to you? How do you respond to life’s circumstances? I believe mindset is of utmost importance to living a positively anti-inflammatory! My holistic wellness approach to health and healing is based on the foundation of three components necessary to living a positively anti-inflammator…
 
002. What does it look like when you eat a meal? Are you sitting on the couch watching Netflix? Driving? Standing at the counter? In today’s episode I discuss the second component to living a positively anti-inflammatory life: digestion and nutrition. It’s not “You are what you eat” but rather, “You are what you digest and absorb.” You will walk aw…
 
003. Does your lifestyle support your health and happiness? Is it aligned with your priorities? In this episode I talk about lifestyle, the third component to living a positively anti-inflammatory life. Your lifestyle encompases your priorities, and includes boundary setting. I discuss how your daily choices, habits, and activities impact your heal…
 
Our hormones play a huge role in our body's ability to function and control countless aspects of our health. And because hormones talk to one another all day long, if one hormone gets out of balance, it can have a domino effect, creating major issues— including weight gain and extra belly fat. What's more, our current environment and lifestyles mak…
 
Sarah kicks off 2021 with a show that celebrates her business and personal successes from 2020 while also honoring the challenges last year brought for many. She believes in helping others achieve their big dreams so, in pure Sarah Smalls fashion, today she shares the top three tools she uses with her clients that create lasting change. In this epi…
 
Social worker and anti-diet activist Ashley Seruya joins us for a second FAQ episode, where she and Christy respond to more questions about Health At Every Size®, including what to do if you feel uncomfortable in your body at a higher weight, how to handle chronic illness, why food-intolerance diagnoses are often problematic, the effect of health b…
 
This week, Chris and Lindsey return after a many, many month-long hiatus. In it, they discuss how they've been doing, what they've been doing, and how the new year has changed them. Spoiler alert: It's not all for the better. Helpful Links / Reading Material: None this week. NEW PATREON IS LIVE! Links for the Show: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | …
 
Joree Rose truly gets into what it truly means to be a mindful human being and her journey to a life-changing experience that I believe can inspire us all. Let dive into the world of mindfulness and wellness! Joree Rose, MA, LMFT, is a licensed marriage and family therapist, mindfulness and meditation teacher, coach, author, speaker, and she also l…
 
In this episode, I speak to Jen who has been living with type 1 for 25 years. Jen also lives with another auto-immune condition called Endometriosis. Endometriosis is a condition where tissue similar to the lining of the womb starts to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes. Endometriosis can affect women of any age. (NHS UK …
 
Read more about Paula Dumas here. Related Articles and Resources: MigraineAgain.com Migraine World Summit The New York Times: New Home for Migraine Sufferers Washington Post: The pandemic is a headache — and for some people, it’s causing migraines ----------------------- StuffThatWorks is a crowdsource-based research platform empowering people with…
 
Clutter attracts clutter. Piles grow. Knowing that a pile most likely contains valuable stuff can make getting started difficult. I’m talking with someone who has lots of interests and hobbies and has collected the stuff for them. I think most of us can relate! We talk about: where to start when you’re feeling overwhelmed. letting […] The post 278:…
 
In this episode, Dr. David Hanscom discusses the essence of chronic illness and an approach to understanding it as the body's response to sustained threats in our environment. He outlines strategies for treating it based on developing coping strategie that allow our nervous systems to cope effectively with these threats. He reiterates his beifef th…
 
As a content creator, blogger, and podcast host, Emily Gass uses her voice and affintiy for photography to connect with thousands working to leave behind diet culture. After sharing her recovery journey in a very real and raw way, Emily now hopes to empower others as they work to rewire their thoughts and build new habits around food, body image, a…
 
Today’s episode is all about Huna Healing and finding your joy with Belinda Farrell, author of the book “Find Your Friggin’ Joy.” Belinda is trained in hypnotherapy, past life regression, NLP, Hawaiian chanting and ancient Hawaiian healing (Huna). Belinda tells us about how she trained with Anthony Robbins and has effectively used these skills in h…
 
Welcome to I’ll Go First Season 2! We are so happy you’re here! To kick us off this season I’m finally sharing my personal story and how I’ll Go First was born. My BFF AnnaLynne McCord is a big part of why this community is called “I’ll Go First” so she interviewed me on this episode! (Real talk, I love celebrating other people’s stories, but it wa…
 
Dee J & Ty Meeks recap some events that took place mid 2020 & share Goals they wish to accomplish in 2021. — To Suggest Topics & Questions for the podcast, email: 1itswhatevapodcast@gmail.com--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itswhatevapod…
 
Taylor Kane is a 22-year-old rare disease advocate and founder of Remember The Girls, an organization dedicated to women with X-linked disorders. Taylor is passionate about fighting gender bias in healthcare, especially for women with rare conditions. Connect with Taylor: PURCHASE YOUR COPY OF RARE LIKE US! Taylors 2 minute rare disease challenge: …
 
Hey peeps! Theresa couldn't make it this week so You're stuck with me! Don't get too excited! This week I am sitting down with Autumn who has five children. 4 boys and 1 girl. Her daughter Story Grace is legally blind and deaf and is unable to walk, talk, or eat by mouth. Autumn uses hiking as a way of bonding with her children as well as therapy b…
 
This episode was originally released on January 1, 2019. In this Love to Sew Favourite, Elise Cripe joins us to talk about setting and achieving goals! Elise also shares her sewing journey and what led her to create the Get To Work Book, the ultimate planner for your life and your creative projects.By Caroline Somos & Helen Wilkinson : Sewing Enthusiasts and Indie Sewing Entrepreneurs
 
Body Breakdowns and Self-Love Breakthroughs: Lisa Pachence "I want what's best for my clients and for the people that I serve, therefore I want to strive to be as excellent as I possibly can. So, I think that there's some good in survival mechanisms and there's also a way to shoot for the same goal, but from a place that is empowering, has a differ…
 
Dr. Bobby Price was a pharmacist for years (including with the FDA and the U.S. Department of Defense). Then a personal health struggle combined with the scary truths he saw inside the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries made him do a complete career 180. Today, he works with patients to help them heal naturally — without pharmaceuticals — and…
 
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