RA Community

I don’t want to say that RA has become a more prominent part of my life. Just like my cleft chin, I know it’s there but I don’t necessary pay attention to it. I have, however, become more a part of a community of people who are dealing with RA.

Read More: http://carlascorner.wordpress.com/2009/09/28/another-day-in-the-life/.

The longer I live with Rheumatoid Arthritis, the more people I meet in what I consider “my” (the invisible illness) community, the longer I try to live my life from a place of positivity and gratitude and the more I surround myself with like-minded people, the less patience I have with the “drama mama’s” of the world.

Read More: http://an-attitude-of-gratitude.blogspot.com/2009/09/things-can-always-be-worse.html.

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