i never knew this day would come, but i have decided it is time to wish this blog and you, my dear readers goodbye- at least for… Read more “and i wish you all goodbye”
A short poem on why it is so important to keep those who understand you close. Also some linky love for many great chronic illness groups i am a part of.
do you or someone you love have autonomic dysfunction? If you do, this blunt, playful look at a day in the life will have you giggling softly thinking “yes that’s me.” and if you have never heard of it, what better way to find out then going into a day in the life of someone with it?
Its not easy to be thankful when chronic illness turns your life upside down and inside out. But it is possible. During a really tough time, I compose this list of 50 things I have to be thankful for that you can use too things that we are still gifted with even in sicknesses and pain.
If chronic pain or chronic illness is getting you down, seeing all you still do have can be just the thing to pick you up again.
Lydia gives a list of all the things she has come to be grateful for-through the lens of her chronic illness
For the #newbies and #experts- a through, humorously written easy and thorough guide that covers anaphylaxis definition, the relationship between anaphylaxis and epinephrine, symptoms and treatment. you will be very well prepared.from someone who used over 35 epipens on herself.
#humor #guide #anaphylaxis #epinephrine #allergicreaction #allergies #severeallergicreaction
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Uplifted by invitations, cherish the extended kindness – crushed by the inevitable no that follows – limitations a sad reality…