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.
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.
2016 was war. 2017 was peace. 2018 is euphoria.
Not a big fan of my looks, but the spirit is more important.
The worst year of my life led to the best of my life. I am adamant in my belief that faith was the catalyst for where I am today.