I am a sugarholic. I love sweets and have very little willpower to resist them. If it's there, I want it. #sugar #sugarsubstitutes #chronicpain
Cystic Fibrosis, What is it and how Mallory Smith lived with it. #cysticfibrosis #chronicillness #bookreview
we have no control of where or how the storms come in our lives. It may barrel straight through or slow and pass by.
I stood there confused before our two boys as they each wove their own tale about what caused their most recent altercation.
It's easy as a church member to become judgmental when someone begins missing church too often. But many times there is good reason for their absence. I'd love for you to read Shona Smith's letter below. I met Shona through a mutual blogger who featured her a few weeks ago. Read Out of Sight, Out … Continue reading “What Happened to your Faith? I seldom see you at Church.”
You've never experienced pain? Well, let me tell you about pain
I lack the words to tell you the effect this weekend has had on me. I went to visit my dear friend, Debra at the nursing home. She is fighting Stage 4 Brain Cancer. Besides the chemotherapy and some kind of radiation cap that she had to wear all the time, Debra has had two … Continue reading Cancer: What Can a Friend Do?
Once you get your pain managed, volunteering is a way to get out a bit and feel like you are making a contribution to society
fatigue is the second most common symptom for fibromyalgia sufferers. Many times those diagnosed with fibromyalgia will also be diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome.
image provided for Sarah Beckman There's nothing like reading a book that you wish you had earlier but then realizing the Lord directed you to survive in the very way the author has suggested. That's what I found in Sarah Beckman's book, Hope for the Hard Places. That is exactly what happened to me. Our … Continue reading How to Find Hope in the Hard Places