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How My Business Helped My (and others') Lyme Disease

The journey nearly killed me before the disease could; daily I searched for purpose and happiness in the oddest of places. I was feeling more at home than ever in a hospital room, in Madison, Wisconsin, than at home in my bed, it seemed safe, I didn’t feel so alone. It began with a tick bite in Northern Wisconsin, July 3rd, 2010....
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Weakness Is Not Quitting

Waking up with a chronic illness every day is the usual set of problems, the symptoms may change but the limitations are fairly consistent. The beginning and end of the day are hardest for me. When I wake up, I know I have another day of the same fight, the same disease, and when I go to bed I review a day in my head that wasn’t what I wanted it to be. This cycle of monotony is enough to tear ...
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Spoonie Stories: It never rains forever and the sun always comes out

Mikayla is no stranger to chronic illness. She gives us a little window into her world, opening up about everything from the hardest part of treatment, to frustration with doctors, to her personal super hero. “She’s been through more Hell then you’ll ever know. But, that’s what gives her edge… You can’t touch a woman who can wear pain like the grandest of diamonds around her neck.”...
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10 Things To Know When Someone In Your Life Has Lyme

So someone you know is sick with Lyme disease. It could be a friend, a family member, a significant other or just an acquaintance. Whoever it is, you’ve got some questions.  Or maybe you don’t, but you want a better idea of what the heck is going on. This entry will hopefully offer some explanation, and can probably be applied to a variety of chronic illnesses. Whether you or a loved one has been ...
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