It never fails that as we start to say goodbye to summer and all the fun memories we had, we not only welcome fall, football and changes in leaves. We also welcome allergies, colds and the flu.
Month: October 2018
Words Not Required
By Bethany L. Douglas Did You Know That In First-World Countries, Studies Have Shown That The Abortion Rates For Pre-Natally-Diagnosed Down Syndrome Babies Runs Anywhere […]
It’s Okay To Be Me
It seems like no matter what you do these days it’s going to potentially offend somebody for some reason. It doesn’t matter if you are […]
By Bethany Sibley When I was first diagnosed with a chronic illness, I never thought that it would amount to life lessons. How could something that […]
Did You Know There Is A Link Between Domestic Violence And Chronic Illness?
Domestic Violence is not a topic to ignore as it is an ever growing problem. A problem that is being focused on this month as […]
Tips To Make Cooking Easier
Cooking has been a favorite part of my life since I was a toddler. Some of my favorite early memories revolve around learning to cook […]
How I Got To Where I Am
Looking back and thinking about when my health journey began and it’s honestly hard to remember. As long as I can remember I was always […]
Parenting with Chronic Illness
By Erin Shaffer The first thing you need to know about parenting with a chronic illness is that it’s impossible. Let me break it down […]
How Getting Ready For A Night Out Has Changed.
I was recently looking through pictures on my phone and came across some pictures from a night out with some girlfriends. I had taken pictures […]
Interview With A Parent of The Chronically Ill Part 1
I am starting a new series where members of the chronically ill community have a chance to interview their parents, siblings, or significant other about […]