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Losing my mother

“Mothers and their children are in a category all their own. There’s no bond so strong in the entire world. No love so instantaneous and forgiving.”

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On apples

One thing I love about reading books written over a hundred years ago are the tidbits of life you can peak into that the author never even realized would change. 751 more words


Get A Life, Chloe Brown by Talia Hibbert: Interview and Book Review

Good hello, friends! Happy Tuesday! Today is the day that I’ve been waiting for for so long! Thank you, Avon Books for giving me the opportunity to interview Talia Hibbert! 930 more words

Green Light Therapy

As I am suffering from extreme pain right now, unable to do anything, my fiancé suggested I build a green light therapy chamber. In the linked article, researchers found evidence that if one bathed in green light for two hours a day regularly, it has significant pain reduction and… 650 more words

The steep learning curve of being recently diagnosed with fibromyalgia

I am new to the chronic illness world. I was given a preliminary diagnosis in August 2019, right before school began.

This came two months after my fiancé proposed and eight months after I was accepted into graduate school. 668 more words

A Very Candid Post

So my whole blog is around Living Positively With Fibromyalgia. But I have slumped. And felt it equally important to share.

For the last 10 days I have got up but not gone out. 179 more words



I didn’t ask for this, going home and sleeping to wake fining messages on my phone and darkness outside my window. I didn’t ask for the pain in my limbs, the tired numbness inside my brain. 464 more words