Your Stories: Angel’s Rainbow Baby

This gives people like me so much hope for having babies in the future. Before I started taking one of my meds I had to sign a contract, stating that I will not get pregnant because of the extreme birth defects it can cause to a fetus. I also know that my pregnancies...

Your Stories: Frances ML’s Story

One of the harshest realities of being sick is that life goes on. Despite the chaos and pain associated with chronic illness it doesn’t stop life from piling more on us. @lups_warrior_25 knows this firsthand and boldly shares her fears, heartaches, &...

Your Stories: Marina of The Discerning You

As someone who pops over 30 pills a day I really appreciate this post from @the_discerning_you Marina’s Story: Yes, these are my meds for the week. Nothing special. Just the fundamental things that keep me going. If I flare, or get infections etc. you can rest...

Your Stories: Sarah Small of Autoimmunetribe

@autoimmunetribe is giving us both #motivationmondays and #transformationtuesday vibes. I chose this post because ever since the middle of January I’ve been taking steps to get back to being the person I know I can be. I am also trying to reclaim what lupus has...

Your Stories: Nicole the Nurse

With this disease the moments of good health vs bad health can ebb and flow from day to day or even within the same day. Unfortunately for some it’s not just a season that passes them by eventually, it’s a lifelong struggle. For others it’s time of...
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