This is a very honest and insightful article into the guilt that those with chronic invisible illness can experience.
Here is a post from guest blogger snowdroplets with excellent information and links about endometriosis! She started a blog to help her in her journey through grief, infertility, fibromyalgia, endometriosis, migraines, PTSD, depression and, hopefully, to help others in similar struggles. She uses the name "snowdroplets" because she wants to convey both her sadness and hope. Snowdrop flowers are … Continue reading Invisible Illness Awareness Week–Series of Articles on Endometriosis
This post is from the Rest Ministries Invisible Illness Week website (http://invisibleillnessweek.com/) What is your invisible fight? Invisible Illness Awareness Week is September 28 – October 4 and we are creating a big buzz in social media, spurring on awareness, understanding, and dispelling myths and misconceptions about living with illness. We live in a culture … Continue reading Invisible Illness Awareness Week is September 28 – October 4
“You’re looking pretty good today. How do you feel?” The response I often want to give is, “I feel like crap, but thanks for asking.” However I’ve come to realize that isn’t helpful to me or the person asking. It just shuts down communication, and I feel worse. I should be grateful that someone asked … Continue reading My #InvisibleFight
I was nominated for The Real Neat Blog Award by my fellow blogger, Bloomin' Uterus. THANKS!!! So here’s the fun part! Here are The Rules Put the Award Logo in your post. Answer 7 questions asked by the person who nominated you. Thank the people who nominated you, linking to their blogs. Nominate any … Continue reading Nominated for The Real Neat Blog Award
March includes Pi Day (3.14.15), St. Patrick's Day (3.17.15), and the first day of spring (3.20.15). March is also Endometriosis Awareness Month and yellow is the color for endometriosis awareness. Wear yellow or a yellow ribbon during the month of March to spread awareness of this disease that can be chronic and devastating to many … Continue reading March is National Endometriosis Awareness Month
Pelvic pain from endometriosis or other pelvic issues? Read this brief article about pelvic health physical therapy. It can be an option to more surgery. There is a PT in my area who does this, and she's awesome! Although she was unable to give me long-term relief until I have more surgery, I will definitely be going … Continue reading Physical Therapy for Endometiosis and Pelvic Pain?
This is a devotional I wrote that was published on the Rest Ministries website (http://restministries.com). “They will be like a tree planted by the water that sends out its roots by the stream. It does not fear when heat comes; its leaves are always green. It has no worries in a year of drought and … Continue reading The Heat of Life Ripens Our Ministry
Ecstatic! Amazed! Grateful! I feel all of these and more about my right hip replacement I had 3 months ago. I've been back to work full-time since early July, and am tolerating that very well. Each day I gain strength and flexibility in my hip and leg, and I marvel at the skill of the … Continue reading Gratefulness in the Midst of the Battle
Here's a link to a great but brief article from the Huffington Post called "The Hidden Epidemic of Lyme Disease": . It's worth five minutes of your time.