Category: Rheumatoid Disease

Controlling My Own Path: An RA Story

When I was diagnosed with RA, I realized I could not succeed where I was currently positioned and I took action. Not because of my condition, but because of the dynamics of who was in charge of my department.

Treasure Box Cure? An RA and Believer’s Story

Pain is a cruel master forcing me to think of relief in lieu of lovely things like planting lettuce or hiking or vacuuming. Yeah, rather vacuum the whole stinking house than deal with this – it’s a bugger! Come on remedies – unite!!!

How To Stay Calm: TEDTalk on Health Decisions

Repost of TED Talk with Daniel Levitin – listen closely about the decision on medication. Be prepared to talk to your doctor about any medication they recommend.

Hot Flashes – An RA Story

When RA flare-ups hit, I feel sick. My brain, muscles, bones – even my skin falls ill. These days are hardest to get through. I push my body to the limit which doesn’t take long at all, then I rest. I used to lament,… Continue Reading “Hot Flashes – An RA Story”

5 Things I Wish I Knew: Repost of NYTimes Article on Chronic Illness

Leaving It All on the Table: A Believer’s Story

Honestly – this is me on the mornings after our monthly Women of Faith and Friendship dinners. My friend Sherry and I cook and bake up a storm of food to feed about 15-20 ladies. We make enough for them to pack leftovers for… Continue Reading “Leaving It All on the Table: A Believer’s Story”

The Latest Research on Bioelectric Treatment for RA

Image: Setpoint Medical Read the lastest on biomedical treatment for RA. http://www.rdmag.com/article/2018/09/biotech-device-could-treat-rheumatoid-arthritis-without-side-effects

Buckets & Levels: An RA Story

Some days offer a bucket half full, others 3/4 full, but rarely is it overflowing anymore.

Hold Up A Minute…Where Am I? An RA Story

Put the parking brake on! Time to take assessment of this medical path!!

BIG Adjustment – Injections: An RA Story

I will pray, and pray, and pray – and keep shooting medicine into my body.

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