Tag: pain

5 Things to Remember When Reality Hits

5 Things to Remember When Reality Hits

Good Morning, Readers! I’d like to begin today’s discussion by acknowledging that: I am not God and I cannot and should not have the crazy mindset that It’s my responsibility to solve every problem. 

The Dreadful Disability Decision

The Dreadful Disability Decision

Good morning world and all who inhabit it! #SpongebobFTW My last posting was published on the 14th of November. So, what have I been doing all this time? Well, I’ve recovered and I’ve worked very diligently on my website for Strengthening the Muscle of Faith. […]

Truths On Trying Days

Truths On Trying Days

Good morning. It’s exceedingly early to be awake on a Sunday. I have so many thoughts in my head that it’s literally overflowing to the point where I’m unable to sleep as well as fighting a migraine. Most of my blogs that I write are […]

The Trouble with Triggers

The Trouble with Triggers

I’d like to focus on some #RealTalk today. The change in weather as of late has brought about some terrible migraines, and I mean bad. What exactly can be done about this? How can those of us who suffer with migraines become better prepared and […]

A Pep Talk When Pain Becomes Overwhelming

A Pep Talk When Pain Becomes Overwhelming

This morning has been very painful for me, and it’s not even 9am. I’m not only struggling immensely with my traumatic brain injury migraines, but I now have to receive my first emergency root canal that wakes me up in the middle of the night […]

How to Stay Sane Through the Chaos

How to Stay Sane Through the Chaos

Truth be told, any information on this subject may as well serve as a “Holy Grail” for chronic illness survivors since we probably experience the bulk of chaos based off our own individual circumstances. Of course each soul that inhabits this planet has catastrophes, but […]

When Simple Tasks Feel Like Having a Full Time Career

When Simple Tasks Feel Like Having a Full Time Career

You go to bed at a decent time each night. You wake up once you have 8+ hours of sleep, but you feel like you’ve had 2 hours. The day begins with you dragging yourself out of bed with the added pain and muscle cramping. […]