Chronically Hopeful Award

What a lovely surprise to be nominated for the Chronically Hopeful Award! 🌸 I would like to thank Terri over at Reclaiming Hope for the nomination! When you have a moment, check out her blog, https://reclaiminghopecoaching.com/. Her blog is truly a top-notch site for practical tips on how to, not only survive, but thrive with …

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5-Part Series: The Truth about my Life with Multiple Chronic Illnesses, Part Five

Welcome back to the final chapter in this series, the last week in July was the week I got sick five years ago, just a few days before my son’s 18th birthday. If you’re just joining in and have some time or the desire to wander through my journey here are parts One, Two, Three, …

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5-Part Series: The Truth about my Life with Multiple Chronic Illnesses, Part Two

Howdy, thank you for stopping by! As I mentioned in my previous blog post, this month, in remembrance of my healthier life five years ago, I’m dedicating my Tuesday posts to my chronic illness journey in five parts and this is part number two. We left off last time in the first month or two …

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5-part Series: The Truth about my Life with Multiple Chronic Illnesses, Part One

Welcome! Thank you for stopping by to see what’s new in my world. This month I’ve decided to dedicate my Tuesday blogs to sharing the truth about how chronic illness has impacted my life over the last five years. You’re probably thinking…but isn’t that what you already do? Well, yes and no. What I’ve never …

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Chronic Illness: Generational Effects

At the tender age of 12 the doctor told me that my mom had only two months to live. It was news that I couldn’t fully process at that age, maybe it sent me spiraling into a state of shock. I don’t know, but luckily, my mom was tough as nails, and I didn’t have …

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