Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?


Do you feel like you’re the only one sitting on the sidelines as the race of jogging soccer moms spins past your life? you are not alone!


We’re building a worldwide support system and awareness campaign for moms with chronic health issues…



Enter the portal of knowledge through this image…find out how to solve the problems moms with health issues are facing every day




Here’s how Chronically Positive Mom got started….

Jen Hardy struggled caring for herself  &  her children for the past 2 decades because of her illnesses.  Over the years, Jen has created unique, positive strategies for dealing with health, parenting, and life while chronically ill.  She knew she had to create a way to share this information with other women who were going through the same things, and Chronically Positive Mom was born. It’s place to come to ask questions, find answers, and get support.  CLICK HERE to find out more about Jen, and the Chronically Positive Mom story.


In March, 2017, Jen decided Moms need a tangible way to quickly find ways to make their lives better, so she wrote the book “The Sick Mom’s Guide to Having Fun Again: If I can do it, you can too!” She was so excited about it that she was able to write it in 8 days!

The book starts with learning how to ditch the mom-guilt we all deal with.  Then it moves into finding your joy, no matter what’s happening around you or with your body.  Then it goes into all the FUN you can have…even when you can’t get off the couch.  Jen’s life is better now, even though her health is declining, than it ever was when she felt healthy, and she is going to show you how to make your life more fun and full of joy too!

You can find out more about the book at The Sick Mom’s Guide website, or by clicking the picture below to go to the book’s page on Amazon.


The Sick Mom's Guide to Having Fun Again is available on Amazon
A book written just for you, a mom who needs to relax and enjoy life, you deserve it!


 Watch this clip with a  cancer survivor who has an AMAZING STORY about how staying positive helped her walk a mile the night of her surgery…

  Click here to see the full video of this superhero on our YouTube channel




You are your child’s SUPERHERO! 

No matter what you are going through.  No matter what you feel like.  You are the BEST Mom for your child! You are doing a great job!  Every Mom has her own struggles, and you are more than your illness.  Have parenting concerns or questions?  Ask us.  We’ve got answers!  Have some great ways to handle Mom-life when dealing with chronic health issues?  Share them with us.

Feel like you could use some support?   We have a FACEBOOK SUPPORT GROUP HERE.  Share the ways you’re rockin’ it, and you’ll make another Mom’s day. Having a rough day yourself? Let us know, and we’ll be there to support you.  Not into Facebook?  There are a lot of different kind of groups out there.  We encourage you to find a local support group.  There’s nothing like being surrounded by other women going through what you are! Just need someone to talk to today?  Send us an e-mail.  Here at Chronically Positive Mom, we want you to know that you are not alone.



We Want to help you improve your life, have more fun, and make parenting easier




Even superheros need self-care
Click the pic to find a great way to remember to take care of yourself every day




WE’RE SO HAPPY TO HAVE YOU JOIN US ON THIS JOURNEY WITH US!  Let’s share what works & doesn’t work together!  Life doesn’t have to be so hard, even when we’re sick.



2 thoughts on “Home page

  1. I agree that keeping your mind off the pain can be nearly impossible sometimes. Do you have a hobby that you enjoy that can take your mind off of your pain? Sometimes when I’m wiped out and just can’t physically do any more, my hobby is binge-watching BBC series. As far as your daughter goes, just keep the communication open. Maybe try taking her to your doctor with you when you can so that she can ask questions about the things she’s worried about. They might help her feel better, and can offer ways she can help you and feel more proactive instead of helpless with your illness. Let me know how it goes…

  2. Thank you for sharing your ideas. I need help! I like the idea of finding something to take my mind off feeling sick, but it’s really hard when I hurt so bad. I feel overwhelmed and my daughter does too. I think she worries about me too much. How can I help that?


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