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15 People With Chronic Illnesses You Should Be Following On Instagram

Friday 12 July 2019


From The Mighty (via Yahoo! Lifestyle):


Michael Towers
Michael Towers

15 People With Chronic Illnesses You Should Be Following on Instagram

By Anjali Balakrishna
The Mighty
July 11, 2019
© Yahoo-HuffPost Lifestyles Network.

Living with chronic illness can be lonely, which is why it’s important to find others who understand what you’re going through.

When you need to recharge and practice self-care, it often helps to have tools to take your mind away from reality for a little while. But sometimes, looking at reality — and turning to others who have been in your shoes — is helpful.

Many people living with chronic illness, use their experience to educate others and bring awareness to their conditions. As a result, this tends to foster a sense of community for many who may be struggling. Sharing your story with others has the ability to bring comfort to others living with chronic conditions and start meaningful conversations.

Here are 15 Instagrammers who live with chronic illness and share their lives in various ways.


5. Michael Towers (@chronichealingblog)

Michael Towers is an Australian chronic illness blogger who gives an in-depth look at myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome. Alongside his blogging account, he has developed one for a little comic entitled, “Chronic Fatigue Superhero” — a character that demonstrates the feats those with chronic illness accomplish.


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