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If your physician has hugged you, how did you feel about that, both in the moment and with the benefit of hindsight?
CJ blogger, The Unexpected Advocate, writes about a tough issue.
Arthritis patients with resolved hepatitis B infection, who received disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs) such as methotrexate, were unlikely to have the hepatitis B resurface.
Dr. Laurie's advice on building a community when your body isn't cooperating.
The family that fights together wins together.
When you’re sick, sometimes you really need to talk. You need support. A kind ear, a shoulder to cry on, figurative or literal. But you don't always get it.
Have you ever asked your support team (partner, friend, family member) about your chronic disease? This exercise can help give them the information and support they need to better help you.
When the relationship that I had with myself became better, I found that I took better care of myself as a whole.
You don't look at a stranger and decided if they'd be a great hospital visitor...
You have given me hope when I had none and you have loved me when I was unlovable...