Who am I?
I am a soon to be fifty plus year old wife, mother, daughter, and friend who lives in sunny southern California with my husband and youngest child.
I am obsessed with Disney and visit Disneyland often.
I gave up my career in accounting to become a stay-at-home mom in 1999. Later my chronic illnesses prevented me from returning to the workplace. Four years ago, I began working from home as a freelance writer, patient advocate, and affiliate marketer. Want to work with me? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
My chronic life
Although I had experienced symptoms since childhood, it wasn’t until my early thirties that fibromyalgia, psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, and endometriosis decided to ruin my life. And ruin it they did!!!
My life began falling apart soon after my first diagnosis.
No matter what my doctors prescribed or suggested, my pain and symptoms only became worse.
And a pair of surgical errors from a botched hysterectomy made me the patient that no one wanted.
After 12 years, I found myself mostly bedridden.
I couldn’t walk, stand, or sit for more than five minutes at a time without experiencing blinding migraines and pain like no one should ever know possible up and down the length of my spine.
Fed up, I detoxed I tried a different approach.
Trying something new
The improvements I have experienced in the past six years were unexpected. Who knew that improvement was possible?
Then in 2017 I made the biggest changes of all and so far the results have been phenomenal.
Besides finding a better way to battle chronic pain, I also learned how to enjoy and live a rewarding life at all stages.
I didn’t just begin enjoying life within the past two years, I have been enjoying it for the past six since I first began making changes to how I lived and perceived how my life should be.
Not cured, but living a life I never thought was possible
I want to be very clear that I have not been cured of any of my chronic illnesses or surgical injuries.
Nothing I share will cure you either, but I can help you improve your chronic life and possibly reduce your chronic pain.
Check out my eBook to find out what those changes and perception were and be challenged to make adjustments to your life.
Are you ready to make pain your bitch?