Introducing: "Sex, Chronic Illness, and Mental Health: the Series"! I'll be talking about sex over several posts - each post will focus on a different diagnosis or a few.
Let’s be honest with each other- we’re all friends here, right? (Well some of us at least.) But anyways- let’s be honest! I’d be willing to place a large bet that most people with diabetes have had an endocrinologist appointment with diabetes burnout (hey- could be another specialist even- hey… maybe it’s not diabetes but … Continue reading 9 Tips For Making the Most of Your Endo Appt with Diabetes Burnout
I feel like goldilocks right now, but how I wish there were only three bears and in turn only three choices to pick from. I’m always looking for just right. Sometimes I get close. Sometimes I figure out what is just for me, but then I change or the just right thing goes away. Well, … Continue reading T1D Camp for Adults (Survive and Thrive Bootcamp)- It’s Just Right
It’s dark. It's always dark no matter what time of day. My music is turned up and my headphones are in so I can try to escape into the lyrics. I’m hunched against the door of the bathroom feeling the cool tile floor against my feet while I’m hugging my legs to my body trying … Continue reading When Your Darkest Moments are Tied to Your Period
Thanks 2017! Are You Ready 2018? I started doing posts like this towards the end of 2015 and before 2016 started. I did another for the end of 2016 and before 2017. This year… well- it’ll be at the beginning of 2018 and after 2017 ended- and probably… for the most part it’ll be a … Continue reading Thanks 2017! Are You Ready 2018?
I’m curled up on the sidelines with my tips and tricks to get by while cheering on the birth control to defeat my body. Yes- in this weird twisted set up…. All I want is for my body to lose to the medication in this constant battle- this battle of chaotic and painful periods. My … Continue reading (The One with the) PCOS and Endometriosis Flare Up
I’m a woman who was undiagnosed with ADHD for over 10 years with a chronic illness. My symptoms and data aren’t what you immediately think of when you think about ADHD. That is where the stigma and misconceptions come in.