More Inflammatory Arthritis Blogs

The Old Lady in my Bones
n my thirties, I was diagnosed with early Rheumatoid Arthritis. I developed this blog to share my experience living with this disease. I also want to create awareness that arthritis is not a disease just for the elderly. Young people are susceptible and can suffer just as much. It is a debilitating disease that destroys lives. It affects employment, personal relationships and can cause depression. Knowledge is power. The more you learn about your situation, you can live a fulfilling life despite your disease. Sometimes you must learn to let your old life die and create a new one, like a re-birth.
Read More: http://theoldladyinmybones.com/

Endless Trax
Ankylosing Spondylitis like all chronic conditions becomes your life, but this doesn’t mean you life has to become your condition. This blog is a way of not only spreading awareness of the condition, but as a way of showing the world (and myself) the lengths we go to to manage our condition, and how we can enjoy doing so in the process.
Read More: http://endlesstrax.com/

Farewell Stiletto
This blog details the quest to finding gorgeous, stylish shoes minus the platform, the 6-8 inches and the pain and inevitable injury that comes with every inch. For all young women who stylishly live with a debilitating, disabling, painful illness. Here’s to us! And our beautifully adorned feet;)
Read More: http://farewellstiletto.blogspot.com/

Struggling with Rheumatoid Arthritis
This blog is dedicated to a journey I have been on for nearly the past 10 years. Some of the journey has been good, other times not so good. But all along, I have learned a lot, met a lot of friends and even laughed a little. Here is the story of my Struggle with Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Read More: http://strugglingwithrheumatoidarthritis.blogspot.com/

Life with Arthritis
We all want to believe in a better future but trying to be positive about the future isn’t easy when the present is so hard. The feelings of hopelessness, sadness and loneliness are so strong it’s hard to believe I will overcome them. I want to believe things will get better but I can’t. Struggling through depression the last few years has been difficult enough, but now I’m suffering with an actual physical illness that I’m finding really hard to cope with. I wish I was strong enough to deal with the daily struggles I am faced with, but having been depressed for about eight years now I haven’t the emotional strength or the spirit I need to help myself.
Read More: http://aisla78.blogspot.ie/

More resources and blogs: www.rheumatoidarthritisguy.com/links/

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  1. J.G. Chayko says:

    Thank you so much for including my blog in the re-posting of all these other amazing blogs. We all have our stories to tell, we are all fighting to find a way to live our lives in spite of the disease that ravage our bodies. I am so happy to see you living your life to its fullest.
    Best
    J.G. Chayko

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