Image Source (Creative Commons) Guest post: Anita Dasson I’ve had chronic pain on and off since childhood, and have now been diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis and a few other health conditions. I had an MRI for my spine yesterday. I’ve received the films and I am waiting for the report and specialist consultation. Although some areas on the films look suspicious, I can’t help taking the films out and trying to make sense of them over and over again. Waiting is the hardest bit. There are lots of conflicting thoughts and anxieties bounce around inside my head and heart. What’s… Read More »Walk With Me A While
Tiara’s Tuesday Talk – by Sara Sheibley We all perceive pain differently. Some of us also fit nicely on that little pain scale in the doctor’s office… (Although 1 looks a little too happy) And some of us use one all of our own. They call this difference in all of us our pain threshold. How much pain we can endure before it gets to be too much. When it gets to that point, what do you do? Some people go see a doctor. Some of us, especially those of us with chronic illness tend to take something and… Read More »Tiara's Tuesday Talk – Don't Ignore Those Nagging Pains!