Who I Am: Part 4

This is the final installment of this series. I hope you have started to understand who I am, and why I do what I do. I promised, and now I deliver. First, let’s set some definitions: “Disease, then, is something an organ has; illness is something a man has.” – Eric J. Cassell, 1978 If […]

Who I Am: Part 3

In my previous part of this series of telling you who I am, I questioned whether or not I had been unkind to people with chronic illnesses as I had received in my experience. The operative word here is Grace. Sharing grace with others is so important. Because chronic illnesses can teach you a lot […]

Who Am I: Part Two

Who I Am Pt. 2 The reason I help women with chronic diagnoses is that when I was going through dealing with the unknown and managing my whole life and finding out I had certain chronic illnesses, I needed someone to help me and to tell me I was okay. I needed someone to help […]

Who I Am: A Series

First off, let me just convince you: I am a Superhero! I am a Superhero with several chronic illnesses that rocke my life in ways I never would have imagined and certainly didn’t have preparation for. Despite any of that I am active in my life, and I’ve learned how to help other women do […]