Chronically Ill Lindsay Jill
When you have the attitude of an over-achiever, without the ability to maintain what you’ve achieved, you tend to hit a breaking point; and that is where I’m at. I lived 21 very healthy years. I even won an award in high school for the least number of missed days. I rarely got sick and… Read moreRead More My First Blog Post
As a gust of autumn wind picks up the leaves, they begin to swirl around like a tornado encircling my body. The world seems to continuously rush by, like this wind on a cool, fall day or the gust of air felt as the subway rushes by the platform. I watch others running to meetings,… Read moreRead More What Chronic Illness Has Taught Me About The Pace Of Life
As the autumn leaves fall to the ground and the landscape is abundant in red, yellow, and orange, the return of fall has an additional meaning to someone who is chronically ill. It marks another year battling disease, it marks another year further from a once healthy life, and it signifies that life keeps moving… Read moreRead More What The Change Of Season Signifies To Someone Who Is Chronically Ill
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