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“Why are you still single?” “You’re so pretty. I’m surprised a guy hasn’t cuffed you yet.” “When was your last relationship ..read more
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In the year of 2018 I gave people entirely too much power. I allowed people to make me feel less than, undeserving, ugly, sick, fat, ..read more
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This blog post is for all of my Type A personality, Busy-bee, overachievers that live with a chronic illness. The power of saying NO when ..read more
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When I got diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis in June of 2017, my doctors had one goal. Treatment goal: Be aggressive in treating the ..read more
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Myasthenia Gravis Pronounced: My-as-theen-ee-a grav-us This is the name of the chronic illness that I have. To make things easier for ..read more
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Wash your damn hands! Don’t touch your eyes and face Mask up! Lysol is your friend Vitamin C Avoid contact with people who have the ..read more
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Spoonies refer to a group of individuals that have a chronic illness (i.e. Autoimmune Disease). This term comes from Christine Miserandino' ..read more
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I’ve wanted to start this blog for a while now. At first I didn’t feel comfortable being so open. Naturally, I am a very private person ..read more
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I park in the handicapped parking spots now. All of the medications I take, mood changes, temperature changes (hot or cold extremes), etc ..read more
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