When you’re Homeschooling with Chronic Pain…

Living and homeschooling with chronic pain can make you want to scream, quit it all, and curl up for a good cry in bed. But wait! Hang in there, you can do this

Homeschooling with chronic pain gets frustrating

I know it’s enough to make you want to throw in the towel some days.  When I have back to back meltdowns added to Fibromyalgia flare-ups, I just want to hide in bed and have a good cry.  I’m guessing it’s not just me. Homeschooling with chronic pain is not for the weak!

Living with chronic pain can already be so demoralizing sometimes.  Then you add homeschooling, and yikes!  You’ve just added a ton of responsibility and pressure and worries about whether you’ll do a “good enough” job.  “How do I do a good job while constantly distracted by chronic pain and fatigue?”

There’s good news though…

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Luckily we have God on our side

God is faithful always. He provides a way and uses out struggles to help us grow.  He wastes nothing in the fallen world.  His strength is made perfect in our weakness, which means we can live in His presence and know that we’ll succeed even while homeschooling with chronic pain!

We can praise Him through the pain too.  While no one wants to live with chronic pain, we can focus on the positive side of things.  This persistent weakness we live with brings us to depend on God daily.

Living and homeschooling with chronic pain can make you want to scream, quit it all, and curl up for a good cry in bed. But wait! Hang in there, you can do this.

Need some help with the “practical” side of your homeschool day?

Then I’ve got you covered.  I wrote a post today to share with the readers at The Character Corner and would love to have you benefit from it too!  The post shares 6 practical ways you can get through the hardest days of homeschooling with chronic pain or Fibromyalgia.  Head on over to learn more and share with a friend!

-Jill

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Author: Jill C

Jill is a Christian, homeschooler, "boy mom", and special needs parent. Jill has ADHD and has learned firsthand how adapting environments can be key to finding success! Her current mission is to empower parents whose desire is to homeschool their special needs children and helping them squash their self-doubt!

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