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10 Tips to Spoonie-Proof Your Vacation

10 Tips to Spoonie-Proof Your Vacation

Stacey Philpot offers advice to spoonies on how to prepare for a vacation with a chronic illness.

Let's Admit that Marriage Isn't a Fairy Tale

Let’s Admit that Marriage Isn’t a Fairy Tale

You might be considering how you can take in quite a bit of anything from past life regression. In all actuality we ponder history in light of the fact that there are numerous lessons to be found out about human inst

Dear Doctors, May You Always Use Your Powers for Good.

Dear Doctors, May You Always Use Your Powers for Good. - Chronically Whole

The Beauty of the Story Your Life Is Telling

The Beauty of the Story Your Life Is Telling

How to Live Your Life With Intentness \ “Set a realistic goal. Concentrate on its achievement by resisting all temptations and being determined and persistent.

Why You Should Probably Go Ahead and Have that Toenail Fungus Treated Now

Why You Should Probably Go Ahead and Have that Toenail Fungus Treated Now

Why You Should Probably Go Ahead and Have that Toenail Fungus Treated Now www.he… – Highly sensitive information and ugly truths about toe and nail fungus…

Some might say my body has been through a lot. Yesterday, I cleaned out my dresser drawers and found five pairs of hospital issue no-slip socks. I also discovered clothing in sizes 4-16, old nursing bras, the remote to my bladder pacemaker, and a bikini that would now fit one-third of my body. It’s hard to fathom the number of

Some might say my body has been through a lot. Yesterday, I cleaned out my dresser drawers and found five pairs of hospital issue no-slip socks. I also discovered clothing in sizes 4-16, old nursing bras, the remote to my bladder pacemaker, and a bikini that would now fit one-third of my body. It’s hard to fathom the number of

This week I stood on a wooden platform. Sweaty, eager, teenagers in cut off shorts holding souvenir cups surrounded me. The soundtrack, a cacophony of nervous chatter about what might happen should the coaster become stuck or spontaneously fall apart and the click-click-clack sound of the coaster slowly rising followed by the thrilled screams of riders. My stepdaughter and I

With the advent of publishing platforms like Medium and Linkedin, it’s become less valuable paying a firm to try to get your company…

Pretty Tough, Chronic Illness, Fibromyalgia, Cry, Brave, Balls, Perspective, Strong, Weather

3 Truths About Relationships in the Belly of the Cave

3 Truths About Relationships in the Belly of the Cave - Chronically Whole

Christian Post, Medical Conditions, Chronic Pain, Friendship, Prayer, Marriage, Parenting, Eid Prayer, Casamento

Is It Invisible Illness or Not Willing to Be Understood Illness?

Is It Invisible Illness or Not Willing to Be Understood Illness? - Chronically Whole

Check out To the Ones Who Go On the Ride of Chronic Illness With Us on TheMighty.com

To the Ones Who Go On the Ride of Chronic Illness With Us

Stacey Philpot explains how important it is to have people with you on the "ride" of chronic illness.

If you're finding yourself at the end of your rope, take heart, weary mom. Our all-powerful God is eagerly waiting to strengthen you with the gospel, community, and his word.Continue reading "Strength for the Weary Mom"