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At the end of March, I had emergency surgery to remove a large abscess and infection in my colon. Despite going to my local Emergency Room two days in a row with severe abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and low blood pressure, I was sent home rather than being admitted to the hospital. A week later […]

The post Adjusting to Life With a Colostomy appeared first on Abounding in Hope with Lyme.

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Let’s face it, life is hard! Sometimes horrible things happen to us and somehow we get caught completely off guard. No one ever wants to say it out loud but we feel bad for others when bad things happen to them while secretly hoping it never happens to us! Most of us don’t plan for […]

The post 5 Things to Remember When Life Gets Hard appeared first on Abounding in Hope with Lyme.

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Not too long after I celebrated my 50th birthday, I found myself facing a very unexpected, life-saving surgery to repair a ruptured colon, remove a large abscess, and a huge raging infection. What I thought was an episode of constipation turned into an event that almost took my life. How It All Happened The week […]

The post My Unexpected Life Saving Surgery appeared first on Abounding in Hope with Lyme.

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Have you ever had brain fog so bad that it was difficult to read and comprehend what you just read? Brain fog is a common problem for those with chronic illnesses, like Lyme disease, and can be mild to severe and can also wax and wane. Brain fog can make it almost impossible for you […]

The post 8 Ways to Read Your Bible When You Have Brain Fog appeared first on Abounding in Hope with Lyme.

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When I realized that had once again been exposed to mold it totally explained why I have not been feeling my best. I knew something was off about the classroom I had been sitting in every week. I felt woozy, my head felt full and I even experienced some anxiety. Each time I went to […]

The post What You Should Know About Chronic Reactivated Epstein-Barr Virus appeared first on Abounding in Hope with Lyme.

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Recently, I made a trip to see my alternative doctor. I wanted to find out if I could eliminate what I thought was a mold allergy. You’ll never guess what he told me! Actually, you might guess, because you might have the same problem I do with toxic mold exposure! A Walking Mold Barometer I’m […]

The post Toxic Mold and Chronic Illness appeared first on Abounding in Hope with Lyme.

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It’s a new year and that means many people are setting New Year’s resolutions. Others hate setting resolutions but feel better about setting goals. I tend to be one who sets goals or intentions rather than resolutions. As I was thinking about my goals I came up with these seven goals for people with chronic […]

The post 7 of the Best Goals for People with Chronic Illness appeared first on Abounding in Hope with Lyme.

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This time of year can be overwhelming. Let’s face it, it is overwhelming especially when life is already busy. I feel like I’m so far behind but sometimes when our health is compromised we’re forced to slow down! Is that even possible? To rest during Christmas, the busiest time of year? Forced Rest I had […]

The post Resting During Christmas, the Busiest Time of Year! appeared first on Abounding in Hope with Lyme.

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Chronic Illness and Christmas Every year as October came to an end I began to stress about the holidays. When you have a chronic illness and especially brain fog, common among Lymies, the holidays can bring about an overwhelm that is unlike any other time of year. I want to share my 7 secrets for […]

The post 7 Steps to Organizing a Great Christmas Even With a Chronic Illness appeared first on Abounding in Hope with Lyme.

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Last weekend I attended The 2 to 1 Conference (referred to as 2:1) in Herndon, Virginia. The theme of the conference couldn’t have been more perfect for a group of busy homeschool moms! Our theme was Abide based on the Bible verses found in John 15. Throughout the conference, we were reminded that as we go through […]

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