Spoons

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Spoons refers to the metaphor by Christine Miserandino to describe energy and time management when living with chronic pain, sickness, or disability.<ref name="spoon theory"></ref><ref>Telegram to TABs, on Spoon Theory</ref> It is often referred to as "The Spoon theory".

See also

External links

Spoons on Geek Feminism Wiki

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