If you’re living with a chronic illness, it’s easy to slip into a malaise and feel sorry for yourself. This isn’t a helpful state of mind and it potentially means you’re missing out on life. In this video from NewLifeOutlook, Anna Scanlon shares her five tips for living your best life with a chronic illness.
Anna’s advice is simple and applies to all people living with a chronic illness: look after yourself, play to your strengths, focus on what you can do rather than lamenting the things you can’t do anymore, find new hobbies or a job that encompasses the new you, and don’t let your illness define who you are.
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