It’s Time for a Change

*I apologize if this writing seems disorganized. The brain fog is real today. My chronic illness is winning. It took away my happiness and my will. I stopped pushing and trying because existing was just too hard. I gave up. Sjogren’s Syndrome had beat me. It won! Over the years, I’d slowly stopped doing thingsContinue reading “It’s Time for a Change”

My Not-So-Invisible Illness

I’ve always referred to my chronic health problems as my “invisible illness”. In a lot of ways it is invisible. In general, I appear to be a normal, healthy 39 year old mother of 4. This is especially true for the rare times that I feel good. However, over the last few years as myContinue reading “My Not-So-Invisible Illness”

Leveling Up in the Disability Game

Like many people who suffer from a chronic illness, I require the use of mobility aids. I had a very hard time admitting this to myself. I was admitting defeat. I couldn’t function like everyone else anymore. I had to accept a new term to describe myself; DISABLED. It hurt! I couldn’t accept it. IContinue reading “Leveling Up in the Disability Game”