Lately I've been getting several emails from fellow CRPS warriors on how to deal with this diagnosis. I've found a great website that can help you guys out..It's called IPain and they have incredible service and support internationally! I hope this website gives you guys the help, info, and support that we're all looking for!
Around 1pm on Friday I fell off a ladder that I was using to paint my room and landed on my back, my right foot (my bad foot), my side ribs, my left shoulder, my elbow, my arm, and my head. I got several X-Rays done and a CAT Scan to make sure that I… Continue reading Oh, What Now!
Education is the key to success in life, and teachers make a lasting impact in the lives of their students. ~ Solomon Ortiz Over the years I've had remarkable and inspiring teachings.. rather it was from my countless years of schooling or from people I've met in between nevertheless I've looked up to and admire… Continue reading For My Teachers
Raising Money For a Cause I Care About: On February 17, 2015 I was diagnosed with CRPS/RSD a rare and non-curable illness that has changed my life in so many ways. I have decided that instead of making my birthday all about me I want to make it all about finding a cure for this… Continue reading Birthday Donations
The hardest part of saying goodbye is having to do it again every single day. Every day we face the same truth. But life is fleeting. That our time here is short. And to honor the fallen, we must live our own lives well. As I’m writing this tears are falling from my eyes because… Continue reading 1 Year Without You
This post I've been debating on writing because it's something that not even my parents know about. I was sexual mistreated at a young age by a then family friend. It's taken me years to remember what happened because at a young age you don't know what's right or wrong but as I grew up… Continue reading #MeToo
"We’re big believers in Margaret Twitty’s favorite saying,"Know The Person Not The Disability.” But sometimes, learning more about a disability is an important way to understand what others around us are going through. With that in mind, we asked Margaret Twitty, founder of the 2/17 clothing line and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome sufferer to share… Continue reading She’s Fit To Lead Article