By date in reverse chronological order.
How to adapt family life to long term illness.
CFS and FM create widespread effects on patients and those around them. Here's how to cope with four of those impacts: unpredictability, intense emotions, stress and sensory overload.
Practical ways to support patients in their efforts to feel better.
Having a chronic illness is like landing in Holland when you planned a trip to Italy. Here are some ideas about living in the land of tulips and Rembrandts.
Understand and take control over setbacks using these two worksheets.
How to use daily and weekly schedules to bring stability to your life.
Improve relationships and find new sources of support.
Handle the feelings triggered by your illness.
Adopt strategies for stress reduction and stress avoidance.
Control symptoms by changing how you live.
Learn to live a new kind of life.
Evaluate and select treatments.
Know your individual circumstances.
Learn about your illness.
There are many things you can do to help yourself, even if you have an illness with no cure. (First in a series.)
Selecting and working with your healthcare team.
How a few minutes of daily record keeping paid big dividends for one person.
One person's surprising answer.
Geraldine Blackman describes how her use of pacing brought structure and purpose to her life.
How Nancy Fortner uses routines to improve her quality of life.