The Kid With Arthritis
I’m Rachel, a middle schooler living with polyarticular juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Though it is seemingly a negative experience, I am finding positive ways to go about it. I am learning, loving, and laughing a little bit more everyday, and I am hoping to share all the things I’ve learned!
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Adventures in Chronic Illness
Like many of you, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Fibromyalgia have touched my life. They have changed my life and they have made it crazy at times. When I look in the mirror, I don’t see the same person I saw four years ago. I have changed in more ways that I could have ever imaged before chronic illness came into my life. What I am is a mother, a legal assistant, a health blogger, and patient advocate. What I am not is superhuman. I am here to give an honest of RA and FM from my perspective. If helps just one person, I have done more than I thought I could.
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I created a Sjögren’s Syndrome blog focused on style because I truly believe that we can feel better physically–and feel better about ourselves–despite the impact of illness.
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Inspired by Ankylosing Spondylitis
Yes – I said it. Ankylosing Spondylitis, along with other events corresponding with my diagnosis, have inspired me in many ways. I hope to provide a different take on living with this progressive inflammatory disease. The goal is to promote looking at the prognosis as a wake-up call rather than a life-without-parole sentence, offer encouragement, and hopefully sprinkles of humor here and there. So… Welcome, find the most comfortable position you can handle, and relax!
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