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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.

Contact Jamie

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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!

  •   Every time I go into the rec room I see a young man running on the tread mill. We smile at each other and don’t speak. Today, we spoke. I admire people who go into the gym and do things that I cannot do anymore. I can’t run. Since my tracheal stenosis I haven’t […]

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  • My neighbor gave me a book called Angel Cats by Allen and Linda Anderson. He knows that Nicholas has been an intricate part of my journey with my illnesses. He thought that I would love the stories. Guess what? I did. Angel Cats has many different stories about how cats show up, pick their owners, […]

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  •       On a quest to find a novel to read, since I have been focusing reading non-fiction for a period of time. I craved a story that I could get lost in. Sometimes this girl needs a novel to get lost in, to forget my troubles, while snuggling with her fur baby and […]

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  •     At the beginning of April I went to my local Dollar Tree. I was browsing through the books. I hadn’t been to the Dollar Tree in 7 years and I forgot that they had books there. I found two books that looked like great finds. Nurture by Lisa Bevere was one of them. […]

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  •     Integrity comes only from having the courage to keep an unwavering commitment to your convictions. Tavis Smiley   This year I chose possible and open and worship as my focus words. It’s been four months now. I thought it is time to update and review these last four months. It’s been a ride. […]

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  • In exchange for my review I was given a free copy of Close to you by Kara Isaac. The opinions expressed are my own.   I am not much for romance novels. The overly sexualize image of a man on a horse who is going to somehow become my knight in shining armor while I’m […]

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  • I received a free copy of Trish Blackwells book Insecurity Detox, for my honest review. The opinions I express here are my own.     Insecurity, a dangerous thing. I know that I have fought this demon head-on and still fighting it. Insecurity Detox by Trish Blackwell is an intense workbook that will take you […]

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  •   I received a free copy of Worth Dying For by Rorke Denver and Ellis Henican in exchange for my honest review. The opinions I express are my own. I have a ton of respect toward the men and women who serve in our Military. I have known and know of many people who have […]

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  • I received a free copy of Think Big by Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein from Howard Books, for my honest review. The opinions I express are my own.     I love reading inspirational stories like the one I found in Think Big by Jennifer Arnold, MD and Bill Klein. I have to admit that […]

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  • Choosing wellness is such a challenging decision to make. Think about it, on TV you are bombarded with ads talking about liposuction, new crazy dance exercises that say we are the best to get that sexy body, ads for new fandangle exercise equipment that can whip your butt into shape fast, and eating plans that […]

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