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    Autoimmune Disease

    Approximately 50 million Americans, 20% of the population or one in five people, suffer from autoimmune diseases. Some estimates say that 75% of those affected–some 30 million people–are women. I am one of them.

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Meet Jamie

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This set Jamie on the trek of her life ; Jamie’s Journey toward Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Health with Vasculitis.

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Living Well with Chronic Illness

Learning to live positively, healthfully and lovingly. We are all worth fighting for!

  •   In exchange for my honest review I was given a free copy of Joan Chittister book Radical Spirit: 12 Ways to Live a Free and Authentic Life by Blogging for Books. The opinions I express are my own and were in no way influenced. At the beginning of this year I chose a focus […]

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  • In exchange for my honest review I was given a copy of “Tranquility: A Prayer and Reflection Coloring Journal” by Amie Carlson by Tynsdale Publishing. The opinions I express are my own and were in no way influenced. As many of you know that I struggle with my chronic illness and I’m always looking for […]

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  •   In exchange for my honest review I was given a free copy of 52 Amazing Things That Became True of you the Moment you Trusted Christ by Stephen Kuhn by Faith Words. The opinions I express are my own and were in no way influenced. This year I chose the word Identity for my […]

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  •   Recently I started having morning tea with a wonderful lady who lives in my apartment complex. What I enjoy about this lady is that she is a belly dancer, she is extremely creative, and she is a warrior. She struggles like we all do with her different health issues, but her aim is to […]

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  •   In exchange for my honest review of Andrea Lucado’s book English Lessons I was given a free copy by Blogging for Books. The opinions I express are my own and were in no way influenced. I have been reading Max Lucado’s books and watching him on TV for years. That is why when I […]

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  •   I have been thinking about writing a post about Fibromyalgia because I have a niece in law and several friends who combat this disease. I have heard them talk about their pain, their anxiety, and the skin issues they suffer and the horrendous affects some of the medications they must take to combat this […]

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  •   In exchange for my honest review of “The Chamberlain Key by Timothy Smith I was given a free book by Penguin Random House. The opinions I express are my own and were in no way influenced. When I received The Chamberlain Key by Timothy Smith I wasn’t sure what I was getting. I have […]

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  •   It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred with dust and sweat and blood; who strive valiantly; […]

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