We all have heard the saying, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” This is absolutely true. I have learned that as someone with a chronic illness, to look deeper than the surface that is presented. The smile that is flashed for Instagram or Facebook. If you look behind the smile and examine the eyes, wonder what is deeper and look you see a deeper story and not the facade presented to the world.
Hope or Hype? | New Opiate Prescribing Guidelines
The CDC just released its new guidelines to help doctors understand the looser guidelines so that patients may have some relief from the forced tapers or forced termination of medications. This has resulted in diminished quality of life, driving some into using illicit narcotics, or sadly driving some to suicide since there has been no relief.
The NEW Normal | Redefing Life After Diagnosis
When The Old Me is Lost, How Do I Find a New Me?
Best Practice Or Medical Malpractices | You Decide
At this point, I am tired of Michigan primary care doctors treating me like a drug seeker. I did not ask for any of these diseases.
Coping With Winter When You Have an Auto-immune Disease
Well it’s winter again. Do you have what you need to handle the cold weather?…
Roughly 3.4 million Americans have epilepsy and 1 in 10 people in the United States will have at least one seizure in their lifetime.
Epilepsy, The System Shocker
What is the first thing you think of when you hear the word “Epilepsy?” What about “Seizure?” Normally, people think of someone on the floor […]
Have You Laughed Lately?
Maintaining a sense of humor when you have a chronic illness is vital.