Many of us with these illnesses and many other chronic conditions find comfort and release in being creative for me its origami and finger painting.
I find a sense of peace comes from doing origami and finger painting is well really dam fun that type of primal child type fun!
Others who are more talented create pieces about their illness in the forms of pictures, abstracts and even toy making like below.
This next two zentangles one of my twitter follower did for her M.E. The never give up one she had printed and posted out to many of her spoonie friends! They both incorporate spoons and the blue ribbon of M.E. awareness.
If you enjoy this post and found it useful you might enjoy:
- The inspirational Martine Wright – How good can come from bad
- My Team Me- No man (or woman) is an island
- CFS/ME Triangle of Success (Toby Morrison UK Seminar Pt 2)
- Getting Diagnosed CFS
Or for more CFS/ME related posts check out my CFS/ME Index