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
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.”
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
I was given this book, The Pain Companion, as a gift. In return, I am writing this review. I am not otherwise being paid and the thoughts on this post our my own. Some links in this post are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, we will earn a commission if you … Continue reading What I Learned from The Pain Companion
What is a typical day like for the fibro warrior?
Fibro Pain vs. Passion As if the pain of fibromyalgia isn't enough, the effect of said pain can wreak havoc on our personal lives. You see, it's not just pain like a headache or even a broken bone. This pain is constant with no hope of ending. And to make matters worse the pain does not … Continue reading How to Push Past Pain to Produce Passion
No matter if times are good or times are bad, there is one thing I need every hour. I can't imagine life without this one thing. Especially now, as I struggle with chronic pain and my husband is ill as well I truly need Christ every hour. I need him in the late night hours when the … Continue reading What We Need Every Hour
"This is a sponsored post. I have been compensated by the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. All opinions remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company." "Did you forget to take your medicine?" "Honey, did I take my medicine?" "How long has it been since I took some ....?" Have you heard or … Continue reading Pill Drill: Never Forget Your Medicine Again