Thank You to My Wife

I love this article by Tasia Rechisky from The Mighty: "To Those Who Stand With Me as I Fight Against My Rare Disease" that is a thank you to those who stand by her as she deals with her rare disease. It expresses a lot of how I feel. I want to dedicate this article... Continue Reading →

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A “Dazzling Zebra”

After years of strange symptoms, mounting chronic pain and fatigue that have especially worsened over the past months, lots of doctors, even more tests and treatments, and lots of exhaustion, I was finally diagnosed with Hypermobility Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS) earlier this month. And let me tell you...it was an adventure getting to that point. I... Continue Reading →

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“Cat Owner Buys A Brand-New Foot Warmer, Then Sees 4 Little Paws Sticking Out” by Laura Caseley

Time for some fun cat news! Who could resist these adorable little furballs? This fun moment is from Laura Caseley's blog Little Things. "Cat Owner Buys A Brand-New Foot Warmer, Then Sees 4 Little Paws Sticking Out by LAURA CASELEY Little Things blog If you have a cat, you’re probably familiar with the peculiar feline... Continue Reading →

How One Woman Deals With Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)

This afternoon has been rough emotionally for me, and not because of any one thing or situation in particular. Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD) wreaks havoc on my brain at least once a month—what should be a few days before my period starts....The article below from XOJane gives some advice I found really helpful today. I wanted to share with anyone who might also be dealing with PMDD or know someone who is.

Friday’s Karaoke Song of the Week! “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen

I wanted to punch this blog up with some more fun—and some more of my personality! Since I LOVE karaoke, I decided to make a weekly how-to post called "Friday's Karaoke Song of the Week!" Why Friday? Well TGIF, of course—the weekend means more chances for karaoke, whether that is out at a karaoke club, a bar, or at your house (with or without karaoke machine). This week I have chosen one of my all-time favorite karaoke songs to sing: Bohemian Rhapsody by my absolute favorite band Queen.

“Want to Feel Better? Say Exactly How You’re Feeling” by Anna Meyer

Have you noticed that in America, we don't really seem to care about the answer to "How are you?," and will usually answer with "fine" even if this isn't true? This is another article from Shinetext.com about feelings and expressing ourselves in a healthy way. If we define our feelings and talk about them, we can learn how to work through them and feel better overall. Hope this article helps some of you!

From The Mighty: “18 Messages of Hope From People With Disabilities Who’ve Struggled With Suicidal Thoughts”

To try to continue to help with suicide prevention for September's Suicide Prevention Month, I wanted to share the following article from The Mighty. It is filled with hope and inspiration for anyone who is dealing with a disability and thoughts of suicide. Unfortunately, the suicide rate is much higher in people with disabilities than... Continue Reading →

“10 Ways to Be a Better Speaker and Listener” by Nido Qubein

I need to be a better listener: due to my ADD, I have a hard time stopping myself from speaking when it's not my turn. I also could learn to speak up better and be a clearer communicator. Having better communication is one of my biggest goals—and one thing I struggle with a LOT. This article from Shinetext.com gives some pointers on how we can each be a better speaker and a better listener.

“Paging Dr. AI”—From GOOD HEALTH

I love technological advances—and I think robots are the way of the future. This article from Good Health is very interesting, and discusses how robots could actually be potentially better at diagnosing health issues than their human counterparts. This isn't to say that human doctors should be replaced—that human contact will probably always be needed—but... Continue Reading →

From The Mighty: “When Robin Williams Comforted Me in the Airport After My Husband’s Suicide”

For Suicide Prevention Month: here is an inspirational story about a wonderful person who we all knew and loved, who lost his life to suicide—and how years before his death, he helped a woman after losing her husband to suicide. "When Robin Williams Comforted Me in the Airport After My Husband's Suicide By Kate Lyon... Continue Reading →

“The Fear of Failure Is Real — and Profound” from ADDitudemag.com

Those of us with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) or ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)—I don't personally like to lump the two under the single name "ADHD," even though that is the currently recognized term for people with ADD in the DSM...you can read more about this here—can also be prone to rejection sensitive dysphoria (RSD).... Continue Reading →

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