The Chronic Illness Journey
No matter where you are on your journey, anxious about discovering you have something wrong with your health, in the routine of treatment, or looking at life now that you are living with a chronic health condition you will probably start to struggle with the inevitable question of "Well, now what?" You can't control what has happened, but you can exercise some control over its place in your life.
Below are some examples from Kirk. He is living with chronic pain as a result of Type II diabetes.
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