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5 Special Skills Every Chrony Must Develop

Oh, the ninja skills we learn on the chronic walk! While some lessons might be optional, some are not. We find that our journey is easier if we just learn a few fundamental concepts. Here are a few concepts that we might well take time

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April is Sjogren’s Awareness Month

There are numerous awareness months and for April, the emphasis is on Sjogren’s Syndrome. After 8 years of living with rheumatoid disease and a few other AI disorders, my newest companion, Sjogren’s Syndrome, rolled in back in February of 2017. It was at this time

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No Trial, No Trust

No Trial, No Trust My Sisters, there is often no other plea more gut-wrenching, more real during seasons of suffering than, “Please Lord, please… if You would, please take this pain away.” We hurt. Our hearts hurt. Our bodies hurt. We’re confused, beyond tired, and

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The First Rheumatology Visit – What to Expect

The First Rheumatology Visit – What to Expect If you’re like most RA and auto-immune patients, you’ve been waiting a while to get in to see a Rheumatologist for the first time. The shortage of Rheumatologists is palpable throughout the chronic journey, and finding a

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