In the world of chronic illness, it's entirely normal to experience both 'good' and 'bad' days. However, if you overexert yourself on the good days, it can lead to an overcompensation of rest on the bad days. Trying to find a smoother path with more balance to your ‘good’ and ‘bad’ days can help to stop the cycle.04.10.2023
A short mindfulness practice for those feeling illness or discomfort04.07.2023
A PDF to support our session on mast cells and the mind by Deborah Bircham04.07.2023
People with chronic illnesses like MCAS often have limited energy. In the spoon theory, by Christine Miserandino, this is represented as having 12 spoons per day. This can help to explain the impact of some everyday tasks on those living with chronic illness.29.06.2023
This worksheet helps you to estimate your personal stress levels and gives you an idea of your current wellbeing.24.05.2021
This is a quick and easy resource designed to help you, and those that care about you, to check-in with how you are doing.24.05.2021
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