Without a Crystal Ball

Our Journey through Chronic Illness

Lately, there has been a lot of discussion in the news about bathroom rights for individuals that are transgender. States and courts are fighting the rights of these individuals at the Federal level. While some states are incredibly accommodating to the needs of this group other states are fighting tooth and nail to keep these …

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This week marks the week where we bring awareness to a different type of feeding. According to Feeding Tube Awareness Non-Profit, there are an estimated 500,000 people in the United States have feeding tubes. In their research they found the pediatric community encompasses 20% of all patients with feeding tubes, and they have identified more …

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Dear Sir, I know you don’t know better, but I truly was bristled by our conversation. I know it’s part of your job to understand the financial position of your clients, but it was really embarrassing for me. I never imagined myself in this position. It was not a part of my plan to be …

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It was a year ago that our lives were turned upside down. We had just found out about our son’s serious heart condition. The Cardiologist was so concerned about his heart that he believed surgery was within weeks. We waited with bated breath to find out what the surgeons wanted to do about his bad …

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