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Battling For Care

One  of the hardest things about life with chronic conditions is it feels like I am constantly battling medical professionals to get the outcome I want.  I know some of those battles are a result of nothing more than my stubborn belief that nature… Continue Reading “Battling For Care”

Being Understood

“I won’t be getting much done today or tomorrow, I might do a little laundry tomorrow but probably not much more,” I say to my husband as we talk about the plan for the week and the household needs.  “Oh, right, you have infusion… Continue Reading “Being Understood”

Who Is Responsible For Your Health?

I’ve noticed a somewhat alarming, unhelpful shift in the way we view health.  It seems that the list of people we expect to keep us healthy includes everyone from our doctors and nurses to the president and the random dude at the grocery store… Continue Reading “Who Is Responsible For Your Health?”

Living Your Best Life With Rheumatoid Arthritis

Life with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is certainly no walk in the park. A disease marked by chronic pain, fatigue, and damage that leads to loss of mobility, the symptoms alone can be a lot to handle day to day. Being mindful of your physical… Continue Reading “Living Your Best Life With Rheumatoid Arthritis”

don’t let chronic pain destroy your relationships

We’ve all been there, you don’t feel very well, someone says something that irritates you, and you snap their head off. Not your best moment, but as we’ve all been there, generally forgivable, every now and then. But what happens when pain and exhaustion,… Continue Reading “don’t let chronic pain destroy your relationships”

Celebrating Mobility- One Year with Frank the Tank

Have you ever made a decision that change your entire life?  Approaching middle age at an alarming rate, its safe to say I’ve made a few of those, for better and worse, in my lifetime.  Few have been so life altering as the decision… Continue Reading “Celebrating Mobility- One Year with Frank the Tank”

Weathering Storms

While I try to begin each day with hope that the trajectory of 2020 will turn itself around, it seems like this might be a year loaded with trials and stress. If you suffer from a condition that is aggravated by stress, this is… Continue Reading “Weathering Storms”

Practitioner Spotlight- Angela Harrington WBFL-Fitness

When it comes to tackling any heath problem, the support of an experienced and knowledgeable team of health professionals makes all the difference. The more well rounded and varied your team members are, the more likely you are to successfully manage a chronic condition.… Continue Reading “Practitioner Spotlight- Angela Harrington WBFL-Fitness”

Why I am getting off the fear train

Life is for living, not for cowering in fear. Read on to find out what that means to me.

The Fear Train

Is it just me or is the general state of the world a little hard to handle right now?  The list of people I can currently have a conversation about the state of the world with, without anyone getting fairly upset, is at an… Continue Reading “The Fear Train”

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