Posted by: seattledizzygroup | July 31, 2020

Finding Another “New Normal” with Chronic Illness

Adapting to Changes While Chronically Ill

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, everyone is finding ways to adapt to changes and embrace a “new normal.” Those who have previously adjusted to the challenges of living with a “new normal” of chronic illness are now having to adapt to another “new normal.” People in the chronic illness community who are already struggling with debilitating symptoms may find this process especially difficult or overwhelming.

In this season of transition, if you have a loved one with chronic illness, please consider reaching out and offering your help and support.

Article: 9 Ways to Support Chronically Ill Folks During Covid-19 Outbreak

These articles discuss finding a “new normal” with chronic illness:

How To Cope with the “New Normal” of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Three Things to Remember in the “New Normal” with Chronic Illness

Your New Normal – How to Adjust to Life with a Chronic Illness

Learning to Live with a Chronic Illness & Your “New Normal”

Learning to Live Well with Chronic Illness/Conditions

Stages of Adjusting to Chronic Illness

Mindfulness & Stages of Grief in Chronic Disease

10 Challenges Faced by Those with Chronic Pain & Illness

20 Tips for Living Well with Chronic Pain & Illness

See Also:

Seeking Balance in Challenging Times

Strategies for Calming Anxiety Amidst Uncertainty

Ways to Cope While Socially Isolated

Unmasking Invisible Chronic Illness In a Changing World

Additional “New Normal” Blog Posts

*Always use your best judgement regarding personal health decisions and stay home when you are sick. Consult your doctor for medical advice.*

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