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Support With CRPS

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!

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Brooklyn Bedding 3 Years Later And Counting!

After almost 3 years I’m still in love with my Brooklyn Bedding as I was day I got it! I’ve gone through so many mattresses in my life.. I always think I’ve FINALLY found the PERFECT one but then something happens. I happened to have come across brooklyn bedding thanks to my cousin.. some of… Continue reading Brooklyn Bedding 3 Years Later And Counting!

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Not Being Able To Work Because Of Invisible Illness.

“No one realizes that a job does more for you than just pay your bills. It is part of what gives you self-esteem. When you can’t work anymore, it is very hard to see yourself as worth something to people. You feel isolated because everyone is so busy with their lives they don’t have time… Continue reading Not Being Able To Work Because Of Invisible Illness.

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CRPS FACTS!

I have been living with CRPS for about 4 years now. CRPS is the most painful disease known to mankind. More painful than unprepared child birth, stage 4 cancer, and even amputation according to the McGill Pain Index. The pain never stops and when it flares up I can be in bed for days or… Continue reading CRPS FACTS!

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How It Happened!

Recently a lot of people have been asking me what is CRPS/RSD and how did I get it. I never realized that I didn't share how all this came to be. So without further ado here is my story! ------ A horse and having a bunion surgery! I was stepped on a 900lb horse in… Continue reading How It Happened!

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CRPS & The Legal System

CRPS: The Silent Injury Exposed There are many types of injuries and conditions that can afflict us, and nerve damage can be among the worst. There may be no way to find out if nerve damage is caused by something major or minor, and in some cases, you simply have to go through many tests… Continue reading CRPS & The Legal System

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WHY I VOTED

#IAMAVOTER! It has taken me 26 years to realize that my voice does matters, that my vote does matters! I was one of those people who never fully understood the way government works or how it applies to me. It took me being diagnosed with CRPS a very rare, very painful chronic diagnosis that I… Continue reading WHY I VOTED

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Diamond Headache Clinic

A few weeks ago I was contacted by Diamond Headache Clinic, the oldest and largest headache center in Chicago, Illinois. They asked me to help raise awareness about invisible illnesses by sharing their Slideshow. This incredible Clinic created a presentation about the different types of migraine headaches and symptoms in children. Children between the ages of… Continue reading Diamond Headache Clinic