Tagged with pain

Signs You Might Have Fibromyalgia

Signs You Might Have Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia (Fibro) has a mind of it’s own. Ironically, this misunderstood illness is caused by abnormal pain signals within the brain. This condition can often feel like a bunch of “random symptoms” occurring within your body. And until you’re diagnosed, these random symptoms can feel… scary, overwhelming, lonely, and painful. When it comes to patients with … Continue reading

How to Process Endometriosis

Your life changes when you receive a medical diagnosis. Since everyone processes things differently, here is what I’ve learned over the last 15 years of dealing with chronic pain and finally finding the answers. 3 weeks prior to marrying my best friend, I opted to have exploratory surgery. The result was Endometriosis (read more here). … Continue reading

Book Review – Shackled Lily by T.L. Gray

T.L. Gray contacted me in the summer about reviewing her 2nd book in the 3-part Winsor Series. If you missed my review on her first book “Shattered Rose”, please check it out here. One of the best features of a 3-part book series is that you get to learn more about these characters that you’ve … Continue reading

Guest Post – Life Through God’s Design

Guest Post by Jenny Lorton – Allow me to introduce a reader with an incredible story. Jenny is a survivor and an inspiration. I hope that her story will inspire you to press on and be hopeful in the promises of our Lord and Savior. God bless you, Jenny. Thank you for sharing! —- For … Continue reading

When God Is There – A Poem

I started writing poetry at age 14 and it honestly helped me through some difficult days.  In the recent weeks, I just started writing and found healing through an old hobby.  I love the creative comfort it provides and knew it would help me through another long trial.  Here are my thoughts and heartache through … Continue reading

Inescapable Change

“Please be careful tonight.” “Drive safe.” “Let me know when you get there.” These are all things that I have said to people that I love. I’ll watch my husband drive away for military training and pray for God to place His hand of protection over Jon during travel. Sometimes I’m afraid not to say … Continue reading