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stop comparing every illness to cancer…

stop comparing every illness to cancer…

I expect this post will be wildly unpopular, but I am going to say it anyway. Stop comparing every illness to cancer. The day I received my chronic illness diagnosis still ranks among the worst days of my life. It solidified my worst fear during the years of testing and misdiagnoses and uncertainty: that my life would never be the same. Friends and family rushed in with loving expressions and compassionate words. And, inevitably, as every newly diagnosed chronic illness…

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understanding invisible illness…

understanding invisible illness…

Like usual, I’m behind on my blog posts. I have about 5 drafts on different topics, but have yet to find the time to finish any of them.¬†As you know, lots going on around here lately with my mom participating in the PSP study, and my blog is suffering. So, I was pleased when Victoria contacted me and asked if I would be interested in posting some of her content on my blog. Victoria owns the website Burning Nights about…

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