The Fight Like A Warrior Podcast highlights the empowerment and experiences of chronic illness warriors. We feature guests to share their personal stories from a patient's perspective as well as bringing on medical experts, advocates, and allies to discuss topics within the community. Our mission is to unite, empower, and advocate for those fighting life-altering health conditions around the world. Join the movement proving sick fights back! FLAW's Podcast Producer, Jaelin Taylor hosts the show along with a new special guest in every episode!
Hey all! Welcome back to the Fight Like a Warrior podcast! Today we have our awesome guest, Ashley Graaf, joining us to talk about her life as a racecar driver as well as discussing her battle with Arthritis! You can check her out on Instagram (link below) to see some behind the scenes of her life! I hope you all enjoy the episode! Stay safe and Happy Holidays!
Note from the editor: We apologize for the inconsistency in the audio. There was an issue with the mics, and unfortunately, we were unable to fix it. We hope you still enjoy the episode!
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Hello Everybody! Welcome back to the podcast! Today my special guest is author, Diana Katsikaris. Listen to us discuss the process of writing her book and overcoming Anxiety, OCD, and PANDAS. Enjoy the podcast, and don't forget to rate and subscribe!
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Hello Everybody! Welcome back to the podcast! Today my special guest is Clorinda Walley, President of the non-profit advocacy organization that provides resources for life-saving and life-extending treatments to people in need of access to care. You can check out their website at www.mygooddays.org! Enjoy the podcast, and don't forget to rate and subscribe!
Hey Everyone! Welcome back to the Fight Like A Warrior Podcast, hosted by, Jaelin Taylor! In this episode, we have a special guest, Celine Tien from the Flowly App! Flowly is an app that uses biofeedback to help manage chronic pain and anxiety. If you'd like to try out her app, download it in the App Store and use the discount code: WARRIORFIGHT2020! We also have Shawn from @twofourth_ on instagram here with us today to talk about her experience with chronic pain and Crohn's Disease. Thanks so much for tuning in and enjoy the episode!
About Flowly: Flowly is: a direct-to-consumer mobile app for pain and stress management. We teach users to control their heart rate and breathing so that they can relax, manage stress, and even sleep better. All experiences can be accessed just on the phone or in a VR headset (included in Pro subscriptions). Flowly also includes an in-app community where users can share health resources and experiences with each other.
Flowly is partnered with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and USC, and was recently awarded a grant by the NIH.
DISCLAIMER: Fight Like A Warrior does not provide medical advice, diagnoses, or any form of medical care. If you have chronic pain, anxiety, or any other medical related issue, please seek care from a healthcare professional.
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Hey Everyone! Thanks for tuning in to the Fight Like A Warrior Podcast hosted by Jaelin Taylor! In our first episode, I sit down and have a conversation with the Fight Like A Warrior's Director of Advocacy, Jaelin Palmer! Tune in to hear us discuss spoonies, what we do here at FLAW, and how chronic illness affects us in college! Thanks for listening and we hope you enjoy our first episode!
CORRECTION: The website for the Spoon Theory started by Christine Miserandino is www.butyoudontlooksick.com