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An Autoimmune Disease Diet: How To Eat Your Favorite Holiday Dishes And Stay Healthy

The holidays can bring stress, relatives, pain & fatigue, and of course keeping Santa Claus a secret is never easy. Yet one of the best things about the holiday season is the food. There’s nothing that can beat the stuffing, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie, cookies and puddings that come with the holiday season. But the problem is that when you’re dealing

How to Live Better with Chronic Disease

Dr. Bonnie Feldman

Imagine not being able to get out of bed in the morning and not being able to explain why. Having to say “no” to going out for dinner or a weekend outing because you know your body can’t handle it. Being constantly bothered by chronic pain. And on top of all that, juggling the demands of parenthood, whether you’re raising

Winter With Chronic Pain: How To Keep Warm During The Chilly Months Ahead

Winter can be a real problem for those of us with chronic pain. The bone-chilling months ahead can wreak havoc on our bodies and leave us stuck in our beds for days on end. If you’ve experienced a freezing winter with chronic pain, you know why some of us really dread the winter season. Of course, there are many things

How To Have A Happy Halloween With Your Kids Regardless Of Your Autoimmune Disease

Halloween is an exciting time to be a kid – and a mom! Helping your kiddos plan their costumes and walking door-to-door with them as they trick-or-treat is definitely a mom favorite. But what happens when your autoimmune disease takes you away from sharing these memories with your kids? Maybe this year you’ll be too exhausted to walk around your

Life With Chronic Pain: Finding Your Courage From The Ones You Love

Living with chronic pain isn’t easy. There are some things you can’t do alone when you live with chronic pain. There will be days when you have to rely on the strength of the people you love. While it’s not always easy to ask for help, it can be relieving to draw on the strength of the people around you.

Living With An Autoimmune Disease And Learning To Say No

Little kids can say no. Usually it’s one of the first words they learn. They can shout it at you in the grocery store while throwing one of the biggest tantrums you’ve ever seen, and they scream it while you’re trying to feed them lima beans. They say it with ease. So if they can, why can’t we? Maybe it’s