TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER!
We hope this video will help to spread awareness. We hope it will help friends and family members to better understand the struggles that Lyme patients very often endure alone.
See your tick repellent options here! AND DON'T FORGET TO CHECK YOUR DOG'S EAR'S & PAWS!
NEVER FORGET THAT "YOU CAN"!
And NEVER let anyone tell you otherwise ... Especially Not Yourself!
Are you struggling with all that is going on in the world right now? I know I certainly am. Well, ALL of our lives have just been flipped upside down. Trust Your Struggle, It's Natural.
This time last year I was writing about Fear. I was writing about how much fear I was facing entering into the year 2019. BUT I wasn't entering into 2019 afraid! I entered 2019 as a Conqueror, as a Fighter, Ready to grab his life back. I took chances and chose to lean into those fears … Continue reading The Journey Continues
IVIG is Intravenous Immune Globulin is a product made from the serum of between 1000 and 20,000 donors per dose. IVIG has become one of the primary treatments of choice for patients with antibody deficiencies. This is given intravenously.
"Know that deep inside you are resilient, brave and so much stronger and more powerful than your fears.
Every day we wake up with The Power to Create Our Own Happiness!
Never give up on your Dream, just because of one Nightmare.
Today marks SIX MONTHS since I arrived home from Klinik St. Georg:
I am excited to announce that I have joined the Global Lyme Alliance Peer to Peer Mentor Program as a Certified Peer Mentor. I really want to find ways to give back to the Lyme Community. This will be one of my first steps in truly giving back to such a needing community.
When we are kind to ourselves we can truly allow ourselves to thrive.
There is A LOT to be happy about. But the reality is, Sometimes we have setbacks and, you know what? That's O.K.!
Know that You CAN control Your Own Vibration.
My Inner Mantra:
I am stronger than I know.
It is really important to remember healing is NOT linear. It is often two steps forward and one step back. We must take the good with the bad.