Some days, being alive with chronic illness is about all you can manage. But most of us want more than that. Freelance writer and patient advocate Ilana Jacqueline has a list of five things that point to existing with chronic illness, instead of fully living with it.
Working out how to live a personally fulfilling life with ME/CFS is an individual process, so Jacqueline’s experiences might not gel with your own, but the article raises an interesting question. How can we ensure quality of life with a chronic illness?