It can be hard not to focus on how things haven’t turned out the way you had in mind. Most would agree that it is easy to list off the things you have missed out on or didn’t get to do because you got sick. But have you ever really thought about the positive things...
You may know your symptoms. But when you self-diagnose, you are essentially assuming that you know what your symptoms add up to.
Not only was I a Spoonie, a Warrior, a Lupie; I am a Registered Nurse.
My self-esteem is something to fight for and so is yours.
I can’t keep denying it: I am envious. I envy my friends, my parents and my little brother. Not a very pretty emotion.
For anyone, university is a hectic time of deadlines, social activities and hoping like heck what you’re doing is going to pay off with a job once you graduate. When you’re also dealing with disabilities, it’s another level of madness!
There are only two days of the year that you can’t control: yesterday and tomorrow.
FYI, being home all day is not a ‘dream lifestyle’
On November 3, the Shadow’s Edge community will take part in the annual Extra Life 4 Kids campaign to raise money for the Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago
Journaling can do what medicine cannot — it can heal your soul!