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Kobe Bryant

Kobe Bryant was a basketball player, he was also a son, a husband, a father, somebody’s teammate, and somebody’s friend. I never knew Kobe Bryant and I guess now I never will. Did you ever wonder what it would be like if you werent you anymore? If you were suddenly gone, how would your world… Continue reading Kobe Bryant

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Favorite Holiday Recipes!

I've always loved this time of year! The decorations, the smell of Christmas Trees, that feeling of calmness and purity when snow falls and it hasn't been touched by human. I also love the holiday traditions when it comes to food! My family makes Buckeyes! My mom's side of the family is from Ohio, and… Continue reading Favorite Holiday Recipes!

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Twelve Things People with CRPS Want You To Know About Them During the Holiday Season

Tis the season to be jolly! Or at least, that’s what I’ve heard. I love the holiday season. There are beautiful lights and decorations everywhere, there are people singing cheery songs, there are fun, mindless movie marathons on TV, there is delicious food- all of my favorite things wrapped into one season. Maybe that’s why… Continue reading Twelve Things People with CRPS Want You To Know About Them During the Holiday Season

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A Letter to Children Diagnosed With CRPS, From an Adult Who’s Been There

Dear child with CRPS, You are young, and this diagnosis has not come at an ideal time in your life. I mean, is there an ideal time to be diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) — one of the most painful conditions known? Let me assure you though, everything is going to be OK.… Continue reading A Letter to Children Diagnosed With CRPS, From an Adult Who’s Been There