Finishing School with a Chronic Illness
As I am typing this, the lyrics " I know it's hard when you're falling down, and it's a long way up when you hit the ground, get up now, get up now, get up now"
Cymbalta: Is it Really Worth the Risk?
Cymbalta. Duloxetine. Two different names, one medication. Cymbalta is used to treat anxiety and depression, but can also be used to help treat nerve pain, chronic back pain, and fibromyalgia. You see commercials about Cymbalta on and off on TV, and they list the side effects so fast that it just sounds like a bunch of gibberish. What are the real sideeffects? Well, there is a long, long list of side effects. I won't list them all, but I will list the side effects that I experienced while on it.
The Life of a Zebra
When you hear the word ‘zebra’ Most people think about the animal in Africa About how it runs through the plains Galloping freely
Chronic Illness: A Life of Trial and Error
Ah, good ole' chronic illness. We've all heard of "it," but do we really know what "it" is? Let me start by telling you, having a chronic illness is neither easy, nor is it fun. I know, you hear stories of how people with a chronic illness can't work, or can't attend school. A lot of people think that victims of having a chronic illness are living the dream. No work? Great! No school? Even better! But let me tell you, anyone who thinks that is wrong. I know this because I have a chronic illness, and it has taken my life away from me.