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H.B.O.T. on the Double

Having had a grand total of 80 Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy treatments in 2011 (the topic of HBOT and its effects on me is first discussed in my post back on June 24, 2013), Gary the technician with a FABULOUS personality & skill was what gave me energy to continue all those monotonous treatments. 215 more words

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Tamahra's Story

In late October of 2003 I had been sick for a while. I finally went to the health department and was first tested for std’s, the test came back positive for syphilis. 183 more words

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I Love My Friends

How much fun I enjoyed with my incredible friends this week! From playing “Sequence,” “I Spy,” a game I made up called “Guess What I’m Doing,” & rhyming a whole bunch of words with my pal Jake to being pumped up in Jess’s musical & spontaneous exercise workout Thursday night to beating Aaron downstairs Friday morning at an impressive 5:40am, one can easily see how & why lasting memories were made.

Excellent Things I Like A LOT

Show WA legislators you support Paid Sick Days and Paid Family Leave!

Two bills to improve economic security for Washington’s working families are off to a strong start in the 2015 legislature:

1. Paid Sick Days, to ensure everyone working in Washington can earn paid sick days on the job ( 238 more words

Paid Sick Days

Dear Rachel

“I went to the doctor to refill my birth control and…” We were in San Diego visiting family and of course you, our dear friend. I didn’t know what to think when you said you needed to talk to us privately, but I was pretty sure that you were going to tell us you were pregnant.  742 more words

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WeAreHiv.Org reblogged this on wearehiv.org and commented:

My beautiful, amazing, loving, extremely talented friend wrote this letter to me today and I wanted to share it with all of you. I am so very lucky to have such amazingly supportive people in my life! I absolutely love her and her little family with my whole heart! Thank you Annie and Mike for always being there for me. I truly could not imagine my life without you guys!

Share Your Story : Cyntelle

Cyntelle was diagnosed with Endometriosis when she was 29 years old.  Now 32 and living in Savannah, GA, Cyntelle is the mother of a beautiful son. 849 more words

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“Sisters Just Don’t Understand”

*** I hope you do understand that the title is nothing more than a lighthearted spoof on Will Smith’s 1989 Grammy-award winning rap song “Parents Just Don’t Understand.” 362 more words

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