I have chosen something ambitious, crazy, and therapeutic to do. Invisible Illness Week begins tomorrow! Initially, my goal was to set aside seven daily posts – to help shed some light on invisible illness, my struggles, and what has helped me. Sounds good, right?
… But, sometimes, plans change.
While I am still pursuing ideas and blog posts related to invisible illness, I am going to refrain from the daily posts on this particular blog. Here’s why –
I want to try and blog on invisible illness much more often. Originally, the idea was to blog on it for a month, but I created a free space to talk about the high’s and low’s of chronic illnesses.
A while back, I made a promise to not send more than one blog post per a day. There have been exceptions to this rule of thumb, at times. So, this was my initial reason to make a separate blog for talk chronic illness.
The new blog series is still comn. It just might last much longer than a month. My list of questions is long, a lot of much needed questions arising to the surface. There is soo much about invisible illness that is left in the dark. Friends, we have to talk ab struggles of invisible illness. We have to be able to talk freely about it.
Otherwise, how do we expect to find support and win the battle against our enemy – chronic illness?
So, I am making this challenging adventure separate from what I do on Gracefully Overcoming. It is the same author. The same me. Just sharing a bit more about my life with invisible illness – for those who want to see how I tackle those things and use it as an opportunity to allow my faith to be stretched – too.
So, meet me over at “Chronically Overcoming” to join me for this journey! But, before I let you go… I need to ask you a HUGE favor!
I am currently compiling a list of questions to answer on a regular basis, and the answers will be shared along with any insight, struggles, hope, joy, sadness, tears, grief, etc, that I have to offer up too.
But, I need something from you- my friend!
Comment Below with a question about…
How my faith plays a role in my health issues.
… Anything you want.
You can also email your questions directly to me at email@example.com. I am on a break from social media for the month of October, so please refrain from sending over any questions using those avenues. I would hate to miss your question//message!
Pray for me. I am looking forward to seeing what God decides to do in my life, during this season.