May is Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month. My story is a reminder to keep up with all aspects of health.
I wrote this article back when I was on leave from school. Though my situation has changed, the core message is the same: I am enough. Even if I can do nothing, I am enough.
I believe in not just giving things up, but replacing them as you go along. I’ve discerned more about what does and does not work for me.
On this unique day raising awareness and celebrating acceptance, learn more about how to support the disability community.
People often think of disabled people in terms of what they lack, but here are a few remarkable gifts that we have.
It’s easy to make assumptions about people, but it’s far more important to give people the benefit of the doubt.
Fatigue is a whole different ballgame from exhaustion. Here’s how I manage my chronic fatigue.