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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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Share your encouragements, stories, helps and articles.

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Many things inspire me to be better than I am now. Contact me with any great suggestions. I am willing to listen.

Living Well with Chronic Illness

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

  •       Last Friday, I had my second round of Rituximab. A chemo drug that I use to help me fight my RA and Wegener’s disease. I was happy that I had a chance to get lost in a story while I recovered. Terry McMillan’s book “I Almost Forgot About You” is about a […]

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  •     I made jam. I did this recipe with blueberries and with Marion Berries. They both turned out awesome. So good. Blueberry Chia Seed Jam from Bon Appetite magazine.   3 lbs of Blueberry fresh or frozen (I also used Marion Berries, turned out awesome) 3 TBS sweetener, maple syrup or brown sugar ¼ […]

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  •     A Woman’s Place by Katelyn Beaty brought many things to my heart and soul concerning women in the church and society. The role of being a woman has been something that I have been wrestling with since I was a teenager. I grew up in the 70’s and 80’s. Although, we have many […]

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  • When Karen and Summer asked me to write an article about Fibromyalgia I wasn’t sure if I was the one who should be writing it. You see, I don’t have it. I do however know several people in my life who have Fibromyalgia. My research took me on a journey. A journey of discovering the […]

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  •   Esther is my favorite stories in the Bible. In a lot of ways I saw correlation between Esther of the Bible and Esther in Emily Barton’s book “The Book of Esther”. Simply put, I enjoyed reading about a young girl being the hero during world war two. Who made a decision and took the […]

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  • Addiction; I cringe when I hear this word. It is probably because most of my family is either addicted to or recovering from drugs or alcohol. It hurts my heart. I’m also immensely proud of my family members who are living the life of recovery. So, when Karen Clemenson from Wellness Works NW asked me […]

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