Good Morning, Readers! I’ve now written about 40+ posts while still trying to get my website up and running for others to see, but I have to say, this topic is by far one of the most important apart from spreading awareness about various diseases/injuries […]
Keeping God First While Having a Chronic Illness
It’s true that I have published an earlier blog post on the upcoming holiday season as well as pointers on how to get through them putting your health first. What I didn’t include were suggestions on what can be done if the weeks leading up to […]
Hot topic for today, readers: SAD (seasonal affective disorder). It’s cold…the sun has decided to take a hiatus… there’s nasty white stuff everywhere congesting roads…it’s cold. LOL. You get my drift. It’s a big thing in my family to be sure, but what is it […]
I’m currently listening to my Pastor (on Facebook live) for his morning sermon and he is discussing a very relevant topic: spirits. Some Christians do not believe in spirits. According to Pastor, “we give names or use adjectives to describe the issues we are struggling […]
Trichotillomania is probably not a word that you hear if very often. In fact, most people who have this issue dislike speaking about it because it’s not a topic that they feel comfortable discussing with others. In fact, it’s unfortunately a huge issue on self-esteem. […]
May seem like a funny joke on Facebook when women complain about waking up in the morning, looking into the mirror, and coming to the realization that they feel/look like an exact replica of a potato.
As unfortunate as the truth is, the general majority of chronic illness survivors learn the hard way that those who were once always there for us, have all but disappeared once our diagnosis was given. It seems so hard to believe that the people who […]