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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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Sjogren’s Style
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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Fighting RA with the Magic Vegetarian
Body Mind and Spirit of Healing Rheumatoid Arthritis.
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  1. SjogrensStyle


    Thank you so much for the shout-out and for everything that you do for the chronic illness community.

    You provide so much support for people with RA and other illnesses through your blog and the Show Us Your Hands movement. It’s really kind of you to then go many extra miles by taking the time to support other chronic illness bloggers.


  2. InspiredbyAS

    Yes, thank you very much for the mention! I just started so it’s awesome to have a shoutout like this. I love how we all come together, and I look forward to getting to know people through this experience, as crappy as it seems most days.

    Thanks again!

  3. Rachel

    Hi, this is Rachel. I write the The Kid Arthritis blog. I just wanted to say thank you for mentioning my blog, and I enjoy reading yours. It’s really an honor to be on here!

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