Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays

My heart is full of joy at the prospect of seeing The Star of Bethlehem this evening. What an incredible thing to hopefully experience; although it’s presently cloudy here. The star was last seen 800 years ago. I find it to be a miraculous occurrence, especially with the year we have all had. What a […]

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The Impossibility of Time Management When You’re Chronically Ill

The thing about living with chronic illness is that I LIVE for the two, sometimes three, days a week that I get to spend off the couch. I relish in them. Those days give me a chance to live and feel like a human again. So what happens when those days no longer come?

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What is a Vestibular Migraine? Some Hope With a New Diagnosis.

The “H” word. Hope is sort of a double edged sword for me, like it is for so many others, I’m sure. In the last decade of being sick, we estimate I’ve seen about 35 Doctors and Specialists, received countless diagnoses, tried too many medications to count, all with the initial promise that they were […]

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