Today I’d like to share a guest post from John to introduce his brand new project. He has recently set up online platforms to serve as a community space for those with fibromyalgia and migraines. He also asked me if I’d like to contribute to the latter, which I have as I think it’s a wonderful idea to bring people together and provide support.
Within the chronic illness community, I’ve noticed a pretty devastating problem.
Out of the millions of people that suffer from chronic illness, many of them aren’t as fortunate to be a part of a community of supporters like Invisibly Me.
Beyond support, a lot of sufferers are discovering that their voice is getting lost.
It’s getting lost because the Internet is crowded and it’s getting lost because they don’t know where to share.
To me, this is a very, very big problem.
Anyone with chronic illness can attest, without a shadow of a doubt, that going through it alone is something you wouldn’t wish on anybody.
That’s why I created a platform to hopefully eliminate that.
A place where anyone can post, comment, share, and discuss their chronic illness. A blog that’s built by the community for the community.
So if you have tips and tricks that you think would help others, or want to tell your personal story, I urge you to post it.
I even had the pleasure of receiving a post from our very own Caz of Invisibly Me. Here’s a link to her blog post here: My Experience with Migraines.
P.S. this website was launched VERY recently, so please help spread the word by sharing on social media.
[ This is a sponsored guest post & as such the ideas expressed here are that of the author. ]