Archives: MEA Champion Bloggers

Sarah Wall

Me, Myself and Chronic Illness is a personal blog of living with chronic illness when life is just beginning. My blog talks about living with multiple chronic illnesses in the …

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Olivia Hamill

Hi! I’m Liv, and I’ve been blogging about my chronic illnesses since 2020. I’m also studying part time for a Health Psychology masters, as I’d love to do more research …

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Hello! My name is Lisa but I’m also known as The Unlikely Gamer. I was diagnosed with M.E. in February 2020. When I fell ill, I rested a lot and …

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Kirstie Sivapalan

32 years living with M.E. Now finding meaning as writer and poet – one novel completed and seeking representation, another underway. I write poems and stories about our connection and …

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Kira Titmarsh

Hi, my name is Kira and I am a young adult with multiple chronic illnesses such as Fibromyalgia, M.E., arthritis and various mental health conditions. I want to raise awareness …

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Jo Moss

Hi, I’m Jo Moss, I live in Norwich, UK. I have a severe form of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), which was diagnosed in 2006, although I had been sick for many …

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Jenny McGibbon

Hi, I’m Jenny, a Scottish graphic designer in my mid-twenties. I’m particularly passionate about creating health content that is friendly, approachable, and honest. Chronic illness affects our lives as much as …

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Jacqui Flynn

Hi I’m Jacqui. I live in Lancashire and I’ve suffered with chronic fatigue syndrome for about 3 years. I also have a bad back, Asthma, Raynaud’s Syndrome, Lupus SLE and …

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Emma England

Hi, I’m Emma, and I have been living with ME for the past eight years. I started my blog to help raise awareness of ME, by writing about how the …

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Denise Mijatovic

A personal blog about living with ME/CFS written by a long term patient. Ill since 1984, firstly mild then moderate, now severe. Advocating for all with ME/CFS.

Daniel Moore

Hi I’m Daniel. I lived with M.E. throughout my adolescence for seven years in the 90s, missing most of my secondary education before going on to live a ‘normal life’ …

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Clare Wood

Hi, I’m Clare. I was diagnosed with M.E. in 2005 when I had just started secondary school. I went from an energetic girl, who almost always had her head stuck …

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