A sort of love letter to pain — my gratitude to learning strength, grace, and humility.
Getting real around here to talk about mental health and coronavirus anxiety.
If you haven’t checked out the #SELFCAREMVMT yet from Self Care Catalysts, I urge you to visit their website and read my first blog in the series from last week. Self-care is an integral part of the quality of life of a chronic illness patient. Patients are advocating for this movement, and now companies are too!
Hi everyone! I just wanted to update with a post on my blog posts for ePharma Summit. You can read my posts, and others, on their blog, here. Follow them on social media with @epharma and #epharma16. Here are the first two… Continue Reading “ePharma Blog Posts”
The past two months of my life have been such a wide range of emotions, while being some of the hardest times I’ve had in a very long time. While working to sustain the person and character I have worked a lifetime to build,… Continue Reading “Trials Towards Strength”
Just dropping in quickly to add a little nugget of perspective and inspiration, as I’d really like everyone to read this story. It’s called “The Spoon Theory,” and written by Christine Miserandino (find her site here). I cried the first time I read this… Continue Reading “The Spoon Theory”
People have different interpretations on what ‘tough’ is. On what ‘strength’ is. On what ‘pain tolerance’ is. Realistically, it doesn’t quite matter where a person falls on the varying degrees of those three notions; what matters is how you feel, how you experience a… Continue Reading “On Being Tough…”