Through the Looking Glass of Invisible Illness

The heartbreak is intangible, the waters are deep.  The path is indecipherable, with waves thrashing me into the unknown,  and that was my first mistake -believing I knew what my future held.  Now, almost all is uncertain,  of only one thing I am sure.  This pain is chronic,  there is no overnight cure.  They call... Continue Reading →

Mental Pain from Weekends Alone: The “Gap”

Mental pain is quite different from physical pain, and if you are anything like me, you have felt its presence intensely .....It flows into your chest and tightens your muscles with the sorrow and heartbreak stemming from over 600 Saturday nights spent alone within the same four walls....Tweet Mental pain is quite different from physical... Continue Reading →

Lyme and Resentment

A dense fog of resentment effortlessly settles in the hearts and minds of anyone diagnosed with a serious, life-changing illness. Hope of the fog giving way to sunny days becomes less and less with each passing moment we allow the fog to stay. Having a chronic illness can easily paint the picture of a life... Continue Reading →

For the Sick and Overly Driven

Too often, we make the mistake of focusing so much on curing ourselves that we become counterproductive and wear ourselves out, making our bodies retaliate and shut down even more. On the other hand, once we do manage to get well, we tend to be just as overly driven with our hearts set on doing... Continue Reading →

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