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Patients & Their Pictures

What does a picture say about a patient? Well, it depends on the type of picture. A photograph and an MRI can tell you volumes about the patient’s past, present, and future. 480 more words

Humanities

It's been a while .. Still cycling through stages

We are all on this journey.

But sometimes we need to be on our own.

This blog is me. Raw thoughts and feelings. But for the last year or so, I have struggled. 181 more words

The Fay Farms Rejuvenation Review

“I have been given this product as part of a product review through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. Although the product was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company.” 484 more words

Uncomfortable Pain

I haven’t blogged for awhile. Minus the post from a few days ago.

My MS is keeping me homebound; 91% of the time. Since Monday my left leg has turned into what feels like a block of cement. 65 more words

Life

Week-long Rollercoaster Ride

Some people absolutely love roller coasters. It’s the adrenaline, the speed, loops, twists and turns, causing your body to experience more than just the mental. For example, the feeling of your stomach doing all types of weird things to both nauseate and cause anxiety all at the same time. 528 more words

Extreme Heat & MS

As we’re soon to be hitting the near 100s this upcoming week on the East Coast; I felt this would be the time to discuss heat and multiple sclerosis. 247 more words

Holding on.

Two weeks ago, when caring for one of our first pet sitting clients, James started feeling worse. Much worse. His legs were losing whatever strength he had in them, and they no longer felt right. 460 more words

Disability