Top 10 Blog Posts of 2016 

Here are the Top 10 Blog Posts of 2016 from I Told You I Was Sick. I Told You I Was Sick is a blog dedicated to helping and validating those with chronic pain.

How to Break the Cycle of Autoimmune Pain 

Living with an autoimmune disease? You CAN be healthy again! Register for the Autoimmune Revolution – A FREE online health summit from 30+ expert guides!

How to Make Your Gut Cure Your Autoimmune Disease 

Living with an autoimmune disease? You’re not alone. Learn how you can make your gut heal your autoimmune disease with this incredible fatty acid!

The Most Powerful Word a Person With Chronic Illness Can Ever Use 

If you have a chronic illness, it is important to learn this word. It will help you accept the limitations of your chronic illness without feeling guilty.

7 Practical Ways to Manage Your Chronic Pain 

Are you living with chronic pain? These 7 practical ways to manage your chronic pain can help you get the comfort you need without synthetic drugs or chemicals.

10 Things Only Someone With Chronic Pain Understands 

If you live with chronic pain, you may feel like nobody understands what you’re going through. You’re not alone. Here are 10 things only someone with chronic pain understands.

Top 3 Apps That Can Help Manage Your Chronic Pain 

Living with chronic pain? There’s an app for that! These top 3 chronic pain apps can help you manage your chronic pain by identifying your triggers and flares.

Exercises That Get the Olympic Gold for Treating Fibromyalgia Pain 

Living with fibromyalgia pain? These exercises can help relieve your pain and improve your quality of life!

The Importance of Being a Self-Care Advocate When Living With Chronic Illness 

Self-care is not selfish, it’s a survival necessity. You cannot take care of anybody else unless you’re in good shape yourself. Discover the self-care movement.

ChronicBabe Founder, Jenni Prokopy, Explains Why People Doubt Your Chronic Illness (And How to Handle It With Style) 

“It’s all in your head.” “You’re not really sick.” What do you do when people don’t believe you have a chronic illness? Chronic Babe, Jenni Prokopy, explains.