Housebound advice from a long-term housebound person, boosts ok 

I'm going to post a long thread on how to cope better if you're stuck indoors at the moment. I've been housebound by disability for a long while now, and sporadically housebound due to depression and agoraphobia before that. These are things that have improved how I deal with that. This is not gonna make houseboundness painless for you but it might help you cope. Disabled comrades are welcome to share their own advice to this thread.

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Here's a free downloadable zine version of this thread, edited a little, with contributions from others. It's released under a sharealike noncommercial license, so please feel free to pass it on to anyone you think might find it useful. ❤️
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Shareable document version, Housebound advice from a long-term housebound person, boosts ok 

I hope this is accessible – I tried to make the design as simple and readable as possible. I absolutely welcome any feedback about making it more accessible for comrades with accessibility needs.

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@alex oh cool, I shared that thread with my mate when she said she was dreading being stuck at home. doing good work Alex

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@snakeboy That's really good to hear, thanks pal!

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@alex i like the word "housebound" to describe being forced to stay in your home, even if it sounds like the title of a "homestuck" rip-off

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