Relationships…and chronic illness

Dating isn’t easy. At any age, definitely not as we grow older. Relationships take work, trust, communication. You go through ups and downs. Breakups, marriage, divorce. There’s so many different things that go into a relationship, that make it work. Each one is unique, each partner is unique. Together, they’re a couple. Being chronically ill … More Relationships…and chronic illness

Freedom in Body Acceptance

Body Positivity, Self Worth, Depression, Insecurities, Counseling.. Why are these words, these phrases so taboo in the chronic illness community. Why are these barely talked about? Is it supposed to help us by not acknowledging these happen? That these can affect us? It doesn’t. It actually hurts us. Positivity in general seems to be ridiculed … More Freedom in Body Acceptance

Let’s Talk Endometriosis..

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month.. So let’s talk about it. What Exactly is it? Endometriosis is an often painful disorder in which tissue similar to the tissue that normally lines the inside of your uterus — the endometrium — grows outside your uterus. Endometriosis most commonly involves your ovaries, fallopian tubes and the tissue lining … More Let’s Talk Endometriosis..

Insecurities are a real…..

  Insecurities are a real bitch. They suck. They suck the love, joy and happiness from you. They can destroy you, your relationship and your happiness. “Just be confident”.. People say.. Don’t you think i’ve tried that?? Do you think I like being this insecure, scared person?? 5 years ago I was so confident. I … More Insecurities are a real…..

End of the Year… Reflection

  I’ve spent the last week or so reflecting on my year. My 2018 started out promising..it seemed to have spiraled a bit! January was interesting. It was probably when I first started having doubt about getting married. By March, I was thinking of my ex boyfriend, dreaming of him more often, and really started … More End of the Year… Reflection