I can appreciate that alternative, or supplemental, medicine is useful in many cases. But that doesn't mean you should take advantage of the chronically ill to sell wares.
My joy comes from a combination of both small and big things. I discuss the lifestyle changes that amp me.
The first in a two-part series about how anger in inherent to life with severe chronic illness.
After 23 years of invisible illness, my disease was suddenly, violently visible.
I’m no longer living with a childhood disease. Reflecting on the past few years, I realize there were myriad moments of “I ain’t a kid anymore.” Moments of tears, eye rolls, courage, and laughter.
Questions of identity, courage, and masculinity in the midst of chronic illness.
2016 was war. 2017 was peace. 2018 is euphoria.