Every Part of Your Journey Has a Purpose
Only when you make use of it, will you really start living
Surprisingly, I often get questions from parents to kids with CRPS. I never expected this to be a demographic of mine, but here we are. The conversation typically starts out with a parent thanking me. Thanking me because I was someone their child could relate to. They also tend to ask me lots of questions.Continue reading “Family Can Make or Break You”
This past week, you may have noticed I did not post a blog. I know I know, it killed me too. But there was a reason. I had a different project come out into the world not too long before. I am going to tell you the story of why I decided to do thisContinue reading “Life is Possible”
As humans, we take pride in people admiring our strength and capabilities. I’m sure if I were to ask you right now if that could ever turn into a negative- you’d probably say no. Well, I can say I completely disagree with you. I think that the minute your well-known strength becomes a negative, itContinue reading ““She’s So Strong””
We all have experienced the struggles of math. Unless you are a mathematician, you probably are not the biggest fan of the subject. I am sure you can recall a time in your life where you got a headache from spending too much time trying to understand math homework. It’s the absolute worst- right? Well,Continue reading “The Impossible Calculation”
“Please help me. Why won’t you look at me? HELP ME”. These are the words I scream to family members in my nightmare. Spoiler alert. They don’t help me and they stand there and laugh. I used to have this dream all the time a few months ago. After I came back from Baltimore, theContinue reading “I Didn’t Get Invited To Life”
When you have a rare pain condition, you tend to get passed on between medical professionals. If they can’t fix you or have an exact treatment plan, they assume you are the “broken” one. Not that they just lack knowledge. Since I’ve had CRPS for so long, I have been passed around quite a bit.Continue reading “Please, Don’t Give Up on Me.”
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