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5 Tips for Practicing Self-Care When You Live with Migraine

When you live with a chronic condition, practicing self-care is not only acceptable, it’s necessary. For people living with migraine, investing time in your emotional and physical well-being can really pay off. Finding ways to practice self-care can help prevent stress-related flare-ups and can make flare-ups more comfortable when they do occur. There are so many …

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7 Tips for Coping with Coronavirus Fear While Chronically Ill

For so many of us living with chronic illnesses and other preexisting health conditions, the onset of COVID-19 offers a unique set of challenges. Anyone with a compromised immune system is officially considered an at-risk group, and social distancing is creating decreased contact with the outside world. This can bring up a mix of emotions — from …

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Breaking The Cycle

Randy Kemp can’t help but laugh when he talks about his past. He isn’t hesitant to talk about the mistakes he’s made, and he isn’t afraid of the work he has to do. He talks, sings and tweets like a person who has a second chance at life. “I was that guy who was trembling …

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Yes, You’re ‘Queer Enough’ — So Call or Label Yourself Whatever Feels Right

Wait, so what does queer mean? Typically an umbrella term, “queer” is an identifier that means outside the norm of society, explains Eva Bloom, a queer peer sexuality educator, sex science communicator, and creator of F*ck the Patriarchy, F*ck Yourself, a shame-busting program for non-men. The so-called norms of society that they’re referring to are cisgender, allosexual, and heterosexual. “If …

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