Saturday Thoughs – Be Careful How You Treat Those in Our Community

Being mean spirited and casting judgments on those with disabling and debilitating health conditions is never a good idea. Before you judge or lash out at people in our community, consider these 5 things: 1. Some adults have to sleep/rest longer hours, not because they’re lazy but because their disability or chronic illness requires much more rest than the average individual. This same goes for … Continue reading Saturday Thoughs – Be Careful How You Treat Those in Our Community

What We Wish People Understood About Our Invisible Disability-Podcast Episode 5

Today I’ll be sharing comments and answers from the audience regarding the most important thing they wish people around them would understand about their illness.   Below are the articles I mentioned in today’s podcast. Things to keep in mind when you are visiting someone with Chemical Intolerances & Sensitivities How To Reduce and Avoid Problematic Exposures for Chemically Sensitive Individuals and Toxicant Induced Loss of … Continue reading What We Wish People Understood About Our Invisible Disability-Podcast Episode 5

Mothers Day Reflections – When You’re Chronically Ill

Being severely sick no matter what the disease or disability is, can be life-altering. It can stir up anger, rage, hatred, un-forgiveness, and fear or it can teach us to love, trust, pray harder, grow in humility and release all that we cannot fix to the master fixer of all things broken. This last decade and a half have been pretty intense especially for me. … Continue reading Mothers Day Reflections – When You’re Chronically Ill