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5 Things I Learned From My #ChronicLife

I can tell tonight is gonna be another knees-too-swollen-to-sleep-in-pajama-pants night. Shorts are my friends. #ChronicLife — Elizabeth Barone (@elizabethbarone) February 5, 2015 When I started tweeting for #ChronicLife, I hoped to give relatively healthy people a glimpse of what it’s

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A Day in My #ChronicLife

I use Twitter—a lot. Mostly, I use it to connect with other spoonies—people with chronic invisible illnesses. (Read this to see how the spoon theory started.) It’s been a huge blessing. Living with undiagnosed chronic pain can feel quite lonely.

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What’s in Store for January (and the Rest of 2015)

Happy New Year! I’m so glad that it’s 2015. Last year was really, really hard for me. I lost my close friend Sean, lost my part-time job because of my mystery autoimmune disease, started taking Prozac—which gave me the worst episode

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