What PE taught me about my Rare Disease

https://soundcloud.com/sunny-ammerman/what-pe-taught-me-about-my-rare-disease I had originally planned for this article to be about my history of failing Physical Education (PE) classes. I suspected that because I was not properly educated on the health issues caused by my rare disease at the time, and had an inability to exercise like my peers, that this had a negative impact … Continue reading What PE taught me about my Rare Disease

Now hiring full-time employees: No pay, no benefits.

Now hiring full-time employees; You will be expected to make regular appointments with clients, and keep up with them often. Additionally, you must follow a strict daily routine if you want to work efficiently. Even then, there is a chance your daily workflow may be interrupted by sudden unexpected changes, so you must be able … Continue reading Now hiring full-time employees: No pay, no benefits.

Chronic Illness Stories: Tales from High School and a message to teachers

This is my first blog post here regarding my life with chronic illness. I have a congenital condition called "Panhypopituitarism". Don't know what that is? I'm not surprised, it's very rare. That's why I made this short video explaining it. If you went to high school with me, you probably know I was on the … Continue reading Chronic Illness Stories: Tales from High School and a message to teachers