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Make sure your worst enemy is not living between your own two ears. You are your worst enemy and nobody else thinks what you're thinking. {Tell the negative committee that meets in your head to shut up and sit down.} For the weary

Science-Based Medicine - Facts on coconut oil claims - Conclusion: It's probably okay to use virgin (non-hydrogenated) coconut oil to replace some fats in diet, but not a lot of research to verify the health claims

Separating Fact from Fiction in Pediatric Medicine: Infant Gastroesophageal Reflux

Chronic Illness Cat  A doctor actually said this to me..........I am NOT kidding and she even added  'and SHE went back to work.'  I  could NOT believe my ears

[Image: blue colored background with a Siamese cat. Top text reads: “Struggle to accept I have an illness.” Bottom text reads: “Chronic Illness Cat helps by posting illness”] I struggled for.

The bright side of being sick is how it creates compassion and empathy for those that face chronic illness. This is the first time I have ever experienced an ear infection or migraine, and, hopefully, the last, but to think Levi's first year of life was a constant state of battling fluid in his ears and sinuses just kills me. So glad that we got those tubes in, and I am also glad we got to the root of his illness - allergies to animals and dust. This past week he has just been the happiest…

The bright side of being sick is how it creates compassion and empathy for those that face chronic illness. This is the first time I have ever experienced an ear infection or migraine, and, hopefully, the last, but to think Levi's first year of life was a constant state of battling fluid in his ears and sinuses just kills me. So glad that we got those tubes in, and I am also glad we got to the root of his illness - allergies to animals and dust. This past week he has just been the happiest…

You're capable of treating people with chronic diseases with compassion. Sometimes we all need a little help.

5 ways to not be a jerk to your friend with a chronic disease - You're capable of treating people with chronic diseases with compassion. Sometimes we all need a little help.

What you see on the surface is only the tip of the iceberg. Be careful judging anyone who lives with a chronic illness because you're likely missing 90% of the story.   Don't try to imagine yourself in our shoes because it's unfathomable to healthy people to live in chronic pain and various other sufferings on a daily basis.   Try compassion. Try empathy. You don't have to understand to be kind. Be a shoulder. Resist the urge to fix us and lend an ear.

The Impact Of Living With An Invisible Illness

Understanding invisible illnesses - such as lupus, rheumatoid-arthritis, fibromyalgia, etc. Invisible illnesses are very difficult to not only explain but to live with. Hopefully this image can help clarify what is happening beneath the outward smiles.

I wish some people would think this even for a second b4 they say things that they have no idea what a person has actually been through I really like this one :-)

If we could look into the hearts of others and understand the hardships that every one of us faces daily, I think that we would treat each other with more gentleness, patience, tolerance and care.

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