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Roundtable - Setbacks and Chronic Illness with Jason and Monica

Monica (Explicitly Sick), Jason (Discomfort Zone)

Jason from Discomfort Zone and Monica Michelle from Explicitly Sick have an open chat about what it is like to have a setback on your chronic illness protocol. Monica Michelle who has Ehlers Danlos had a setback this week while using the Ehlers Danlos Protocol, The Muldowney Method. Jason had a set back with a knee injury. They discuss frustrations and tools to get back. Redefine what success is. How Elizabeth Gilbert's book Big Magic applies to chronic illness and disability. Why Smart Crutches are the best. Whether to financially invest in one's setback with money, time, or effort.

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