Tomorrow is your wedding day. But before you walk down the aisle I want to tell you something….
Soon I’ll be a mother-in-law and there’s a few things I want to say. So here’s an open letter to my future daughter-in-law.
Do you think you can make a difference when you have a chronic illness? Even though we often need help, we can make a difference in the lives of others!
When chronic illness joins your marriage it can feel like a third person has invaded your life. Here are 9 tips to help you have a healthy, happy marriage!
Lately I’ve been hit with a reoccurring theme – learning to let go. It began as I read Chapter 10 of the book Choose Joy and continued through reading blog posts by my online friends (Kami’s post) messages from my pastor – the list goes on. It’s as if God’s been bombarding me with this in-your-face kind of […]
What do you do when your “I get to” turns into “I have to”? My husband and I just had this discussion the other day. We were talking about something that I was going to do that evening and I referred to it as an “I have to”. He corrected me by saying it was actually an “I […]
Yes, I’m aware. Yes Im aware of the consequences-sometime I choose the cost! #chronicillness Click To Tweet Yes. I’m aware I’m writing this at 2:44 a.m. Yes, I’m aware that someone with a chronic illness has to be sure to get a good night’s sleep. Yes, I’m aware that the longer I’m up the […]
I think one of the hardest challenges of having a chronic illness is being understood. No matter how loving and supportive and genuinely concerned a person is, they simply cannot understand if they are not ill themselves.