What You Need To Know About Headaches……. Part 1

June is headache awareness month, so let’s take some time to look at all things headache. There are said to be 150 different kinds of headaches from cluster headaches to sinus headaches. And the most commonly known, migraine headaches. Each kind of headache contains some kind of pain and that pain can be located indifferent parts of the head based on the kind of headache! We will also look at other symptoms that accompany the headache that range from nauseaRead More

The Honest Truth About Our Periods

June 13, 2018 Endo, Pain, Self help

Lets just really honest today! Periods…… they are not the favorite time of ANY ladies month. But even less so for those who have endometriosis. Men will never be able to truly understand what its like to deal with a periods every 28 days or how often you might be “lucky” enough to get to deal with these awesome body function. We don’t have to talk about the obvious, the bleeding. But its a major part of why we allRead More

Book Review of What Lies Below, And Interview of Author Barbara Sissle

June 11, 2018 Book Review

Within the last year I was lucky enough to discover an author by the name of Barbara Taylor Sissel, and I fell in love with her writing. I have read many of her books and often think there is no way she can top the one I just finished. But boy, was I wrong. I just finished What Lies Below, her newest release that came out May 2018. As always Barbara had me guessing till the very end. She trulyRead More

The Question That Should Never Be Asked

Why is it when you turn 30, the only thing people can think about is when you should be getting married and having babies??? Why is 30 the magic number?!? And why do people seem to place that “burden” mainly on women?!?! Why is it that when men turn 30 they aren’t constantly asked when they will have kids?!? Once a women turns thirty its almost as though that internal clock starts ticking and all those around you can hearRead More

Confessions of the Chronically Ill

Co-Written by myself & contributor Amy Nora When you have a chronic illness like Lupus there are going to be some thing’s that you hold true. Things that you don’t share with most people, things that you know most people don’t want to know, or simply wouldn’t understand. Things that you feel people who aren’t sick would never understand. So as we have come to an end of the 2018 Lupus Awareness Month, I want to share some confessions fromRead More

The Truth Behind the Gluten Free Diet Part 2

Continuing on from Part 1 we will now take a look at what researchers have found more recently in regards to The gluten diet. We will also be looking at the potential benefits and potential risks of eating a diet low in gluten. I will also give you some examples of good gluten-free foods and the kinds of foods you should avoid. In the early 2000’s Dr. Fasano continued the study of celiac disease, and the gluten-free diet. He alsoRead More

The Truth Behind the Gluten-Free Diet Part 1

To avoid making one very long post, due to all the Information out there on the history of gluten and how it’s dietary use has changed In the last 76+ years, I will divide this into two blogs. Past and present. So here we go…… Gluten, one simple, short little word that has become the center of many debates and conversations over the last few years! But honestly what is GLUTEN?? A concise definition would say that Gluten is aRead More

Finding God In…….Chronic Illness

May 23, 2018 Uncategorized

A dear friend of mine, Bethany writes an awesome Christian blog, (which I’ll link at the end) and she recently contacted me asking if I would be willing to share my testimony and how I found God through my chronic illness. I was truly honored that she would think of me to be a guest writer for her blog, because she is a much better writer and her blog is so very good. That being said after the honor woreRead More

Relieve Knee Pain Naturally With The WellWrap

May 21, 2018 Uncategorized

This post may contain affiliate links Everyone deals with joint pain of some sort from time to time, especially as we get older. When I was in the fourth grade I was playing softball and as I rounded third base my right leg went one way and my knee went the other. That was some of the worst pain I have ever felt. I saw a surgeon and he told me that I had torn my Meniscus, sadly it wasn’tRead More

The Ugly Truth About Chronic Illness

The ugly truth…… the lives of people who are chronically ill are often not what you may think. Most suffer a lot more than they are willing to share. We fight something everyday, whether it’s pain or fatigue or just feeling bad overall. And naturally we don’t want to seem like we are always negative. We don’t want to appear like there is nothing good in our life, so often times we hide all the bad and just talk aboutRead More

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