- Care for Someone with Severe Myalgic Encephalomyelitis
This is a powerful article by carer and author Greg Crowhurst.
- Enchanted Sleep
Myalgic Encephalomyelitis through the lens of internationally acclaimed photographer, Sarah Allegra.
- Falling Through the World
Author Rachel Clarke describes her experience with M.E. and includes an extract from her novel.
Photographer Hannah O'Brien writes, "My M.E. journey began eleven years ago, at the age of 13. Although I had experienced chronic illness from a very young age prior to M.E., due to suffering with Juvenile Arthritis from the age of 6, I couldn’t have been prepared for the unbelievably tough times that were ahead."
- Message in the Rhyme
Read poet Simon Icke's account of his experience with M.E. and a selection of his poetry.
- Myalgic Encephalomyelitis: My Hidden Struggle
An open and honest account of M.E. by author Gavin Stevens.
- Raindrops of Sapphire
An interview with Lorna Burford, one of the leading fashion bloggers in the UK, about her life with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis.
- Silent Pain
An insight into how stress and trauma may lead to 'Chronic Fatigue Syndrome' by author Helen Germanos.
- Spoonie Survival
An insight into the life of M.E. sufferer and Spoonie Survival Kits Founder Pippa Stacey.
The Spoon Theory was created by Christine Miserandino. The theory is simply a story that explains what it is like to live with a chronic illness or disability. A person who is chronically disabled or ill only has a limited amount of expendable energy each day. The spoon theory uses a metaphor of spoons to turn energy into a measurable concept.
- Surviving Severe M.E.
An inspirational story by writer and M.E. sufferer Claire Wade.
- The Power of Creativity
Artist and writer Corina Duyn shares her experience with M.E. through poetry and illustrations.