By date in reverse chronological order.
How to address fear, anger, grief and depression.
Five strategies to help you increase support and stay connected.
Learn how to both reduce and prevent stress.
When goals seem impossibly distant, translate them into a series of small, doable steps.
A few minutes a day of record keeping can reveal what worsens symptoms and what helps you feel better.
Pacing provides a way to gain control of chronic illness rather than being at the mercy of symptoms.
Living inside the Energy Envelope offers an alternative to the cycle of push and crash.
The first key is to adopt a combination of two attitudes: acceptance that life has changed with a conviction that it can be made better.
Research has shown self-help to be a powerful tool for managing chronic illness. (First in the series Ten Keys to Successful Coping: 2001.)
A series of five articles that describe how to ease the mental suffering created by long-term illness.
Treatment options for the four major symptoms: fatigue, pain, poor sleep and cognitive problems. Also, general treatment principles.
Opciones de tratamiento para los cuatro síntomas más importantes: fatiga, dolor, dormir mal y problemas cognitivos. También principios generales del tratamiento. (Escrita por Bruce Campbell, Ph.D., creador del programa de autoayuda. Traducción al español por Cathy van Riel.)
An introduction to pacing via stories.
The second version of a series on how to live well with long-term illness.
Original version of series on how to live well with long-term illness. See also new version from 2005.
A series of eight articles with practical strategies for improving relationships with family, friends and doctors.
A series of articles on how to use planning to manage CFS and fibromyalgia.
A series of eight articles with practical strategies for finding and adapting to limits, plus pacing success stories.
Non-routine events, such as vacations and holiday celebrations often, lead to relapses. This three-part series explains how to enjoy special events and minimize the price.
A four-part series of articles for people who know someone with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or fibromyalgia.