Email the NIH and get your voice heard in ME research strategy. This post is my input. Continue reading
An argument has erupted this week between UK psychologists and funders that has relevance for the problems we face with ME research. Could a common purpose create a very unexpected alliance to improve appropriate allocation of research funding? Continue reading
My home version of a study into blood glucose and personalised nutrition Continue reading
Is it not so much what you do as what doesn’t happen that determines recovery from ME? Musings in light of the finding of little difference between treatment groups at the PACE follow up. Is relapse more important than improvement? Tips for preventing relapse. Continue reading
A May 12 Blog Bomb post. Continue reading
The Princess and ME a tale of the Paradoxical Curse…
Some people said “this is a potion to cure all ills” so she tried all their potions, but rather than breaking the curse each made her feel worse. “Such a Princess!” the people say who feel well everyday. Continue reading
Quick Tips for Pacing. These may be new ideas to you or simply a reminder. Continue reading
A post discussing different forms of Pacing and the difficulties involved. Continue reading
This is a Guest Post article by Sarah Caddick. Capturing the Essence How to make the most of life when faced with great restrictions due to severe ME? I have been living with severe ME for several years. The restrictions … Continue reading
Is CFS “Real”?
Tongue-in-Cheek contemplation of the un/reality of CFS. Continue reading
A discussion about the ME community’s response to the Biopsychosocial Model and SEID.