Up until now, there were no sponsored posts or advertisements that made them any money off of my stories. Now it looks like that is changing, and I feel betrayed.
“I felt guilty because I myself have been exposed to the (incorrect, mind you) preconceived notion that if I can not work, I should not be able to do anything physical, ever.”
It may seem a little silly for someone who struggles with a disability to "set goals". I think that for the most part, society expects disabled individuals to just sit at home and do nothing. They can't work. They can't do the same things neurotypical folks can do, so why would they focus on setting … Continue reading Setting goals for 2019
Yesterday was one of my most stressful days in a very long time, but it was also a day filled with the joy of relief that the hearing was over, no longer looming over my head with fears that I might somehow ruin everything I have been working for over the last year and a … Continue reading My Disability Hearing
I recently came to a revelation. I have known for a long time now that I am disabled, and because of this, I am unable to work. I tried to work twice, and both times, I had to quit because of my poor health. The second time, I wound up in the hospital and I … Continue reading Breakdown and a Revelation
I've been a chronic illness advocate for quite a while now, and along the way I have encountered a wide variety of folks from all different backgrounds and levels of understanding about what it's like to be chronically ill or to live with a disability. Along the way, I have made connections with other chronic … Continue reading Why I choose to fight ignorance with patience
Puppies. ❤ They are adorable, entertaining, and in this case, intelligent, balls of energy. They can also grow up to be the perfect service dog and companion, under the right circumstances. That was my hope when Justin and I adopted Kubrow, a 9 week-old pure-blooded German Shepherd puppy, last Friday. His boss at work told him … Continue reading I tried. (Puppy love VS Chronic Illness)
Up until about a year or so ago, I didn’t call myself “disabled”. There was a stigma attached to that word that made me uncomfortable, so I avoided it. I think the thing that bothered me most, is I didn’t feel like I was qualified for the term, if that makes any sense. When I … Continue reading I am Disabled
This is a throwback to an older article I wrote, titled "The guilt of feeling well". I wrote that a long while back, yet the topic is still quite relevant to me. Today, I had a really great day, energy-wise. I did so much, and as I sit here writing this, I still feel vital … Continue reading It has been an awesome day, and that sucks.
I often find myself referencing the time I spent trying to work despite the complications caused by my Panhypopituitarism, so I decided I should probably dedicate a post to it, that way I can insert a link for reference rather than making every post referencing it unnecessarily long. *** Heads up- I do utilize some … Continue reading From part-time employee to full-time patient: Losing a job due to chronic illness