There’s no manual for living with chronic illness, so let’s write one together.
This is a safe place for people with invisible illnesses. This is where you’ll find a community. This is how you’ll start thriving instead of surviving. This is when you stop feeling alone.
Migraine, anxiety, depression, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and other such invisible illnesses can be quite isolating. With ChronicallyMeh, I hope to reduce the mental health impact of these illnesses and help you find ways to cope.
I’m Shelly, 38, from Phoenix, AZ and I live with migraine, tachycardia and fibromyalgia. I believe a diagnosis is a starting point, not an end.