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On Disability and Accepting Help

I couldn’t keep “proving everyone wrong” and still do all the things I wanted to do with my life.

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My Disability May Be Invisible, But Here’s Why I’m Done Hiding It

In the beginning, it was difficult to let myself rest, even with the ultimate doctor’s note. I felt like I still had to push past my (extremely limited) capabilities. I had to practice slowing down and allowing my frailties to become visible even when I had the choice to hide them.

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

You may want to keep a daily diary of your activities and symptoms, so you can track how much activity is too much for you. This may help you avoid pushing too hard on the days you feel good, which can result in a “crash” where you feel much worse later.

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Thirteen Questions about Pacing

Pacing is one of the most important ways to manage fatigue. It involves balancing activity and rest so that you don’t get into “energy-debt” or over-tired. Good pacing and fatigue management means that you can make the most of the energy that you have.

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How Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is Treated

There are many options for managing symptoms and improving quality of life, including lifestyle changes, stress management, therapy, and medications.

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Fatigue Management: Tips and Tricks to Conserve Your Energy

We know that up to 90 percent of all individuals with MS report that they have experienced fatigue, and more than 50 percent admit it is their most disabling symptom. This “invisible symptom” is the most common cause of disability.

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Getting Outdoors When You’re Disabled

People are disabled in countless different ways, so there are few practical tips that will apply to everyone. Yet a few key things can improve your experience.

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When the World Shut Down, They Saw It Open

For some of the 61 million Americans with disabilities, the ability to work, learn and socialize from home has been an unexpected expansion of possibility.

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