What’s better than having experts who have walked the rough path with chronic diseases share their challenges of living with chronic illness and help others cope up with physical and emotional pain. This reminds of a famous quote by Nelson Mandela.

“I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.”

These brave hearts are trying to mute down their pain to relieve about 50 million Americans from chronic pain through their inspirational stories and well-researched articles. We bring to you 9 motivational bloggers whom you need to follow.

1. Selena


Selena calls herself a ChronicBabe and has been suffering from chronic pain for the past 26 years after she battled leukemia since the age of 22 years. She has currently developed chronic myofascial pain, fibromyalgia, and chronic fatigue after a trip-and-fall.

Her blog 'Oh my Aches and Pain!' reflects about her adventures learning to experience chronic pain positively, inspiring others to accept hardships and live life at the fullest. Selena grabs attention by having a heart-to-heart conversation of her battle with chronic conditions like diabetics, fibromyalgia, hepatitis B, chronic fatigue, etc. without forgetting her dose of a few motivational words.

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2. Brit J. Johnson

Brit J. Johnson

Brit J. Johnson always dreamt to be a mountaineer and climb Mt. McKinley, until one day she was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis at the age of 22. Her journey with the disease continued to progress with rheumatoid arthritis, complex migraines, and much more. Hurt Blogger speaks about autoimmune arthritis and chronic pain through valuable knowledge and humor. Her blog speaks about changing perspective by carrying a smile no matter how bad it hurts on the inside.

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3. Sheryl Chan

Sheryl Chan

In her blog, A Chronic Voice- Articulating lifelong illness, you may explore a journey of various people and their positive perspective about chronic pain. She throws light on some serious issues through her insightful interviews and relatable topics.

She says a beautiful line in her description, ‘It is okay to feel depressed, pain or frustrated. Lets simply get through it together one day at a time, and if need be, one second at a time- I can, I can, I can!.’

These motivating words will surely make you live another day with physical pain. Her constant work has made her a proud member of chornicillnessbloggers.com, The Mighty Contributor and was also nominated at the Annual Bloggers Bash 2018.

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4. Shelley


This blogger from Texas writes about fibromyalgia and chronic illness as she narrates about her battle with Lyme disease, CFS, and Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV). “The main purpose of my blog Chronic Mom is to let sick people know that they are not alone and that there are many people like them. I hope to make people laugh along the way because laughter makes everything better,” she cites. Her posts revolve around healthcare tips to combat chronic pain.

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5. Jenni Grover

Jenni Grover

Jenni always dreamt of creating an online community for younger women with chronic issues.ChronicBabe.com was soon started after she experienced a long painful struggle with chronic diseases like asthma, thyroid, and fibromyalgia.

Her blogs target people who wish to ‘ROCK’ their lives even with pain as she helps in gaining confidence to nurture lifelong friendships, save money and stay ‘FABULOUS' for the rest of your life.’

You can connect with her through organizing workshops, writing assignments, and social media consulting.

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6. Princess X

Princess X

She calls herself ‘Princess’ in her blog ‘The Princess in the Tower’ and posts regular blogs on managing and spreading awareness about Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), fibromyalgia, and chronic pain.

This princess shares her heart-rending journey with CRPS and fibromyalgia for 17 years and wishes to build a plethora of positive methods to grow, live, and cope with many other people who are in pain. She is a regular contributor to social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.’

Her posts are a contribution of her empathy and compassion for all the people in pain and aim to provide resourceful content in the form of motivational poems, healthy eating habits and tips to prevent chronic health issues.

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7. Marya (Mariah Carey)

Marya (Mariah Carey)

Chronic Mom Life portrays experiences of midlife special needs of Marya (pronounced like Mariah Carey) who had fallen in the trap of chronic illnesses including cervical dystocia, ulcerative colitis, and chronic fatigue.

Chronic Mom Life portrays experiences of midlife special needs of Marya (pronounced like Mariah Carey) who had fallen in the trap of chronic illnesses including cervical dystocia, ulcerative colitis, and chronic fatigue.

She is a happy mother of three and an aspiring yoga teacher who loves spreading her experiences and knowledge on yoga, journaling, faith, and healthy eating.

The main mission of her blog is to strengthen and share her pain with many other moms like her, touching sensitive topics on depression, mental health, and parenting.

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8. Jennifer Kain Kilgore

Marya (Mariah Carey)

Along with a blogger, she is an editor, writer, and attorney. The blog Wear, Tear, & Care – Conquering Chronic Pain is all about fighting chronic issues like fibromyalgia skin flares, ham hands, and solutions to chronic illness.

She has accepted her situation and feels grateful for meeting wonderful people as she ventured into a journey of chronic pain resulting from two car accidents and two spinal surgeries

Explore her interesting writing skills on her blog and also find her at a true crime podcast MalicePodcast.com.

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9. Julie Croner

Marya (Mariah Carey)

Julie Croner’s blog ‘It’s just about a bad day’ has been a winner of 2016 Best Psoriasis Blogs by Healthline. Her blog posts consist of topics like psoriatic arthritis, complex regional pain syndrome, avascular necrosis, and highlights the benefits of Regenexx stem cell therapy.

She has reached people’s hearts as she educates people about the advantages of living a normal life with chronic disease psoriatic arthritis.

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Over to you!

“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence”- Helen Keller.

This is exactly what these 9 chronic pain bloggers speak about in their blogs. Chronic pains are unbearable and drift you towards depression when you are all alone watching the days go by but sadly everything remains the same for you. During such time, it is important to share and care for other people who are constantly in the search of happiness just like you.

Spread love. Share pain! This is the motto of all these amazing women who have moved out to help out others despite being in pain themselves. Appreciate these fearless women and follow them to get rid of your pain.

Kroll Care, an effective pain management center in Atlanta also believes in ‘cure sometimes, treat often and comfort always’.