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You have given me hope when I had none and you have loved me when I was unlovable...
The moment you are diagnosed with an incurable disease, your life turns upside down.
Ms. Meniscus calls out the sadist in her latest bit of advice for a woman who can’t accept an apology.
If your psoriasis isn’t visible should you tell people you have it? Is it your job to educate your friends about this disease or do you keep quiet. Ms. Mensicus somehow answers this question with a reference to toilet training her son, and breast cancer.
Ms. Meniscus helps a grandmother find a way to talk with the parents of her grandchildren.
How an introvert found power through sharing her story and her tips for those suffering with a chronic disease and those who love them.
We recently polled our community asking “what would you like as a gift?” Here are some creative ideas. Save this list for birthday, house warming, the next holiday, or for any time you may want to do something nice for a friend.
CJ Blogger Kirsten Schultz shares how she went from sharing nothing about her Systemic JIA with her husband to adding him as a partner in her health.
Why does Christine Schwab fight for kids with juvenile arthritis? Growing up in foster homes she knows what it's like to be different. Living with RA, she knows autoimmune arthritis
The chocolate cake never materialized, dinner was late, and Unexpected Advocate was flaring all day—but still she enjoyed holiday dinner with her family
Original Dragon Mother on how difficult it is to plan ahead when you live with unpredictable illness—and how it's extra hard when others don't (or won't) understand