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Time for a change.

Hello everyone.  It has been such a long time since my last blog post.

Fortunately, it has been to some extent because I am out living my life as a “healthier-than-before” person.  837 more words

If It Ain't Broke

9 Ways To Prevent Arthritis Flare-Ups

It’s difficult to predict when a flare-up may occur, but you may be able to reduce them if you know your triggers.

One of the most difficult things I have come across as I manage my arthritis symptoms is predicting the possibility of flare-ups. 86 more words

Disease Management

God's Strength Arrives Just in Time

Update to yesterday:  So “dead”, so lethargic this past week… worrying about how to visit my brother and nephew made me worse.  Several days ago, my good friend with MS called, leaving one of her encouraging words on my answering machine.  255 more words

Living With Chronic Illness By Faith

Chronic Illness: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Job

Know your options, know your rights

Chronically ill workers in the United States face uncertainty because they worry about their health, in addition to their  168 more words

Disease Management

9 Ways to Laugh and Be Joyful Despite Chronic Illness

Did you know that the best medicine for chronic illness is laughter?

A giggle a day can help you to cope and even reduce your pain because it promotes relaxation. 134 more words

Living With Chronic Illness

Living Differently - Who Cares ? by Will Hames

I invited my friend Will Hames to write about his experience as a full-time carer for his wife who has M.E.  Here’s what he wrote : 793 more words

Living Differently Project

Not well enough to do school exams?

This is a page from Anna’s semester 2 report card.  This was the semester in which she was diagnosed with Addison’s Disease and missed a lot of school and assessment.  241 more words

Children With Chronic Illness