It’s important to remember life before chronic illness. Not to make us sad at our current state-but to be thankful for moments we have experienced.
Don’t be seen as a patient or a victim of a disease. Be seen as a warrior. To do that, you have to look at chronic illness warriors and what characteristics you admire about them.
After years of studies proving the validity, new studies were released implying that seasonal affective disorder isn’t real. So is it or isn’t it?
Today is the day to step out on faith and onto the path of healing from depression. Please join me for our virtual book club. Don’t go through this alone!
I feel society as a whole tends to do well with serving the needs of those that face an immediate crisis far better than it does the needs of the chronically ill. Medical advancements allow us to live longer lives than ever before. Some of these advancements mean that someone with a particular medical condition […]
The weeks and years since my diagnosis have brought me to mature, so to speak, as a patient. Here’s 9 things I wish I knew when I was first diganosed.
Our bodies are magnificent creations. The systems and functions just amaze me. One of those systems is our fight-or-flight response. Although it’s a much needed function of our bodies, it can get out of control in someone with a chronic illness or even cause a chronic illness.
When we go through times where we feel like we’re losing our grip it’s good to go back to basics. There are certain things we should determine as our daily non-negotiables. The things we make sure we do each day no. matter. what.