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The face behind the book

Joy Kirk
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Do you really know me? The fact is, technology has allowed us to become familiar strangers. Let me explain that a little more. If you were to take my FB posts and describe who I am - you would only be able to describe maybe 10%.

Do you have a chronic illness? Looking for support?

Demelza Marie
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When launching a new website, the question comes to mind - where do I start?! After tossing around a few ideas, I figured the best place to start really is at the beginning and to use this first post as an opportunity to share with you what you can expect from this site. So read on as I'm interviewed about Health Warriors and what you can look forward to in the days ahead...

Want to feel better? Try this

Kim Sirek
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Kim shares her story of dealing with mental illness and one of the key factors in helping her overcome. Whether you suffer from ‘down days’ to major depression, what she shares is a valuable tool to implement. In fact, it’s something we could all benefit from doing more often whether we’re sick or not…

What is one of the benefits of chronic illness?

Kim Sirek
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There are moments I am very frustrated at my circumstances. I pray for improved health and wellness. I ask the Lord, if having chronic pain and persistent mental health challenges is His will, what is His purpose in my suffering? In recent years, the answer has become quite clear...

The secret purpose of pain

Sarita Jarrett
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Have you ever wondered about the purpose of pain - especially the kind of pain that seems senseless? We can embrace pain when we know there's a good purpose, such as birthing a baby, because something good is going to come from that pain. But what if nothing good seems to come from it?

How to get through bad pain days… even if it seems impossible!

Demelza Marie
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Pain is a constant companion for many with chronic illness and disability. Sometimes it's in the background and you learn to live with it and get on with what you can do despite the pain. Other times it can be torture and you don't know where to put yourself. On those days when you don't know where to put yourself because of the pain or you're just plain fed up with the ongoing nature of your pain, it's important to remember where you can find peace and comfort.