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Forever Our Hero

Do you ever wonder how long it takes to change your life? What measure of time is enough to be life altering? Is it four years like high school? One year? Can your life change in a month, or a week, or a single day? We’re always in a hurry to grow up, to go… Continue reading Forever Our Hero

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CRPS in Teens

CRPS – One of the more dramatic and visible forms of amplified pain is complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) which was formerly known as reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD). This is a very painful condition that typically affects a hand or foot with associated signs of the autonomic dysfunction, that is, the hand or foot becomes swollen,… Continue reading CRPS in Teens

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From Gymnast to CRPS Fighter!

Life doesn’t always go to plan; but in those moments of adversity, picking yourself up and carrying on will be the best and hardest thing you do. Imagine that your life suddenly changes and you find yourself walking down a different path. Just like that. In the blink of an eye, everything you imagined is… Continue reading From Gymnast to CRPS Fighter!

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Make Or Break.. It’s Up To U!

Your attitude will either make or break you, we cannot change fate and the tragedies that enter our lives but we can choose how we want them to change us. Nikki Rowe