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Believing Chronic Fatigue – Living with Long Covid, ME/CFS (Myalgic Encepholomyelitis) and Hard to Diagnose Chronic Illnesses (223)

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NEW: Modern Attachment Conference LIVE with Ann and Sue – Early-bird registration here! The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has had lasting effects on our world – one of the most difficult being long COVID, which has shed light on chronic illnesses worldwide such as ME/CFS…

In this episode, Ann and Sue share their research as well as personal experiences as caregivers for those with the illness and discuss the stigmas, invisibility, psychology of denial, support in advocating for your health, discussion of how to be a supportive caregiver, and secure relating in regards to chronic disease.

“…the notion is to come to accept something you might not have chosen, and strive to find peace with where you are at now … It’s not necessarily about getting back to where you were. It’s about growing from where you are today.” – Sue Marriott Time Stamps for Long Covid and ME/CFS

00:05 – Information about the May Modern Attachment Conference

7:55 – The difference between the names Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

12:21 – How we use attribution error in coping with long COVID

19:04 – Understanding deep fatigue post-infection and the effects

24:42 – Markers of long covid

32:39 – Touching base with Westernized culture stigmas

34:37 – Impactful ways to emotionally support someone struggling with chronic illness

39:17 – The power in being able to tap in with our bodies

42:11 – Discussion of the book “Grappling with Cure” by Eli Clare

44:15 – Important reminders on taking your medical care seriuosly/advocate for yourself

Resources for today’s episode Long Covid

Brilliant Imperfection: Grappling with Cure by Eli Clare – A book Sue has been using as a resource for understanding and supporting chronic illness

The Lonely, Isolating, and Alienating Implications of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – Samir Boulazreg, Samir and Rokach, Ami – NIH Article

Post-Exertional Symptom Exacerbation (PESE) – Long Covid Physio

A discovery in the muscles of long COVID patients may explain exercise troubles – NPR

Controversies related to chronic fatigue syndrome – Wikipedia article

ME/CFS Research Published 26 December 2023 – 1 January 2024 – The ME Association

The psychological impact of COVID-19 on the mental health in the general population – National Library of Medicine, Oxford University Article

We support mental health access to those traditionally left out of mainstream healthcare and use a portion of the income we receive from corporate sponsors to do just that! We can only do that with the help of our Patrons – joining as a TU Neuronerd Podsquad premium subscriber, you support this mission and get a dedicated ad-free feed plus occasional very cool and unique study opportunities, reading groups and who knows what else may come! We invite you to join our community. Click here to join!

A Discussion on Secure Relating & Chronic Illness (223) – Transcripts Interested in the May 2024 Conference? Click here!! Or, email your questions to info@TherapistUncensored.com Check out the eye-popping list of amazing professionals who have endorsed this book. For a signed copy use the BookPeople link, or purchase from your local bookstore, or from any of the links provided! Pre-orders are officially available! Get it now to join in the fun when it arrives April 30 2024.

Please consider giving to Mental Health Liberation

We support mental health access to those traditionally left out of mainstream healthcare and use a portion of the income we receive from corporate sponsors to do just that! We can only do that with the help of our Patrons – joining as a TU Neuronerd Podsquad premium subscriber, you support this mission and get a dedicated ad-free feed plus occasional very cool and unique study opportunities, reading groups, and unique surprises! We invite you to join our community. Click here to join!

Mental Health Liberation is our primary partner at this time – please consider giving whatever you can to support mental health access for those traditionally left behind and support training for BIPOC therapists.

Support the show by supporting our partners and the sponsors of today’s episode!

Go to Zocdoc.com/TU and download the Zocdoc app for FREE

Dipsea is offering an extended 30-day free trial when you go to DipseaStories.com/TU

Go to CozyEarth.com/TU

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Content provided by Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP & Ann Kelley PhD, Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP, and Ann Kelley PhD. All podcast content including episodes, graphics, and podcast descriptions are uploaded and provided directly by Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP & Ann Kelley PhD, Sue Marriott LCSW, CGP, and Ann Kelley PhD or their podcast platform partner. If you believe someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission, you can follow the process outlined here https://player.fm/legal.
NEW: Modern Attachment Conference LIVE with Ann and Sue – Early-bird registration here! The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic has had lasting effects on our world – one of the most difficult being long COVID, which has shed light on chronic illnesses worldwide such as ME/CFS…

In this episode, Ann and Sue share their research as well as personal experiences as caregivers for those with the illness and discuss the stigmas, invisibility, psychology of denial, support in advocating for your health, discussion of how to be a supportive caregiver, and secure relating in regards to chronic disease.

“…the notion is to come to accept something you might not have chosen, and strive to find peace with where you are at now … It’s not necessarily about getting back to where you were. It’s about growing from where you are today.” – Sue Marriott Time Stamps for Long Covid and ME/CFS

00:05 – Information about the May Modern Attachment Conference

7:55 – The difference between the names Myalgic Encephalomyelitis and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

12:21 – How we use attribution error in coping with long COVID

19:04 – Understanding deep fatigue post-infection and the effects

24:42 – Markers of long covid

32:39 – Touching base with Westernized culture stigmas

34:37 – Impactful ways to emotionally support someone struggling with chronic illness

39:17 – The power in being able to tap in with our bodies

42:11 – Discussion of the book “Grappling with Cure” by Eli Clare

44:15 – Important reminders on taking your medical care seriuosly/advocate for yourself

Resources for today’s episode Long Covid

Brilliant Imperfection: Grappling with Cure by Eli Clare – A book Sue has been using as a resource for understanding and supporting chronic illness

The Lonely, Isolating, and Alienating Implications of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – Samir Boulazreg, Samir and Rokach, Ami – NIH Article

Post-Exertional Symptom Exacerbation (PESE) – Long Covid Physio

A discovery in the muscles of long COVID patients may explain exercise troubles – NPR

Controversies related to chronic fatigue syndrome – Wikipedia article

ME/CFS Research Published 26 December 2023 – 1 January 2024 – The ME Association

The psychological impact of COVID-19 on the mental health in the general population – National Library of Medicine, Oxford University Article

We support mental health access to those traditionally left out of mainstream healthcare and use a portion of the income we receive from corporate sponsors to do just that! We can only do that with the help of our Patrons – joining as a TU Neuronerd Podsquad premium subscriber, you support this mission and get a dedicated ad-free feed plus occasional very cool and unique study opportunities, reading groups and who knows what else may come! We invite you to join our community. Click here to join!

A Discussion on Secure Relating & Chronic Illness (223) – Transcripts Interested in the May 2024 Conference? Click here!! Or, email your questions to info@TherapistUncensored.com Check out the eye-popping list of amazing professionals who have endorsed this book. For a signed copy use the BookPeople link, or purchase from your local bookstore, or from any of the links provided! Pre-orders are officially available! Get it now to join in the fun when it arrives April 30 2024.

Please consider giving to Mental Health Liberation

We support mental health access to those traditionally left out of mainstream healthcare and use a portion of the income we receive from corporate sponsors to do just that! We can only do that with the help of our Patrons – joining as a TU Neuronerd Podsquad premium subscriber, you support this mission and get a dedicated ad-free feed plus occasional very cool and unique study opportunities, reading groups, and unique surprises! We invite you to join our community. Click here to join!

Mental Health Liberation is our primary partner at this time – please consider giving whatever you can to support mental health access for those traditionally left behind and support training for BIPOC therapists.

Support the show by supporting our partners and the sponsors of today’s episode!

Go to Zocdoc.com/TU and download the Zocdoc app for FREE

Dipsea is offering an extended 30-day free trial when you go to DipseaStories.com/TU

Go to CozyEarth.com/TU

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