How often do you catch yourself comparing your symptoms and/or abilities to someone else who has the same chronic illness/pain?
The Disabled Diva Blog Weekend Recap May 27-31, 2019 This week…….. I shared
The Disabled Diva Blog Weekend Recap May 20-24, 2019 This week…….. I asked
It felt great to do something that my doctors had given no hope of ever doing again. Now that I see that my improvements aren’t a fluke or a short term remission, I feel confident in committing to helping others by putting one foot in front of the other.
With February being American Heart Month, I wanted to share my story of surviving my heart attack, the emotions I experienced during and following my heart attack, and to bring awareness to facts, statistics, and symptoms on women and heart disease. Even though it is scary to think of, heart disease is the #1 killer of women in America. My hope is to bring awareness to women so they can protect themselves and have more knowledge than I did.
If you’ve experienced emotional abuse, the following post could be potentially triggering……Growing up in an emotionally dysfunctional family, I didn’t learn healthy skills for coping, communication, or relationships. What was modeled for me (and done to me) was ….
Is joint pain hampering your life? Have you been told your pain is permanent? Fortunately, we’ve discovered many of the
With doctors being pressured more now than ever to either not prescribe or greatly reduce how much they prescribe opioids for pain relief, chronic pain patients are finding it harder to get the pain relief they desperately need.
Did you know that one in ten women suffer from Endometriosis? You can help bring awareness to this invisible disease by joining me and the OC Endo March team at this year’s March against Endo in Huntington Beach, CA. Below is some information about the event and be sure to follow my friends on Facebook for updates and more. Can’t walk? That’s okay, I can’t handle the walk either, instead I will be rolling along in my wheelchair! I hope to see you there! The Disabled Diva EndoMarch2016! Friday, March 19th in Huntington Beach, CA Meet Up & Network: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM @ PCH & 2nd March: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Please dress up! Show your #endosister #pride by wearing yellow, carrying signs, painting faces, making shirts, carrying balloons, and whatever makes you feel empowered! Team #OCEndoMarch will march the streets of #HuntingtonBeach to show Orange County and the world that #1in10 women are living with #endometriosis.