IG Living Blog

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Posted on 4. October 2018

Financial Assistance for Disabled Homeowners and Tenants

Louise Smith explains how to obtain financial assistance for disabled homeowners and tenants. [More]
Posted on 20. September 2018

People Heal and Transform Just Like Sequoias

Jackie Shea encourages readers to explore how their illnesses may turn out to be their greatest strength. [More]
Posted on 6. September 2018

Life Happens

Jackie Shea uses the month of September to reflect on the year and reassess her priorities for the upcoming year, and she invites readers to join in. [More]
Posted on 16. August 2018

Is Your Home Making You Sick? How to Get Rid of Hidden Toxins in Your House

When you look at photos you've taken of your house, you probably just see a clean, cozy home. However, what you don't see are the toxins that could be hidden in even the cleanest-looking homes. It's a fact many homeowners don't know or understand. [More]
Posted on 2. August 2018

Dangling: Don’t Settle for False Hope in Treatment

Ilana Jacqueline, a primary immunodeficiency and dysautonomia patient, encourages patients not to wait for a cure to live life to the fullest. [More]
Posted on 19. July 2018

You Are Worthy

When you're diagnosed with a chronic illness, no one tells you being sick isn't the only thing you will have to learn to cope with. You also have to learn to cope with the loss of your former self and the feeling of unworthiness that goes with the loss. [More]
Posted on 21. June 2018

Keep Your Cool This Summer

What kid doesn't count the days until summer vacation starts? But, while kids are counting the days to summer bliss, many parents are panicking trying to think of things to keep their little darlings occupied while still remaining sane. [More]
Posted on 7. June 2018

Knowledge Is Key to Patient Empowerment

Being diagnosed with a chronic illness is not easy. Patients are confronted with having to learn a lot of information in a short amount of time. For many, this can feel overwhelming. But, don't worry, this feeling is normal! One of the best ways to feel more in control is to learn as much about your disease and its treatments. [More]