Many bloggers in the disability community seek the guidance of their faith to stay strong when their illness tries to beat them down. It is great that their religion to helps see them through the tough times. This post is in no way meant to diminish those beliefs, or speak poorly of any religion. However,… Continue reading Imagine No Religion With Chronic Illness And Disability
My uncle Steve taught me how to live happily, humbly, and exceptionally with a disability. He didn't even know how important those lessons would become to me. This is a thank you letter to the strongest man I ever knew. Thank you uncle Steve!
If you could give your younger self any advice, what would it be? A letter to my younger self about what to expect growing up with a rare, undiagnosed, chronic illness, and what to do differently to improve my life.
The thing about living with chronic illnesses is they are never static. Every day symptoms wax and wane. Some days are better than others, but the symptoms are always present. However, sometimes changes happen when you just know that it is a stage of evolution in your illness that will change how you manage each… Continue reading When Medical Setbacks Change the Face of Your Chronic Illness