As I’ve gotten older, my fear of heights has grown stronger. The first time I noticed it was in my college years, when some girlfriends and I decided to add some adventure... READ MORE
This is the ninth of ten things I’d like to go back and tell my newly diagnosed self about living with RA. There’s a saying here in Texas that if you don’t... READ MORE
I believe the two most disheartening words you can hear from a doctor are “chronic pain.” As in “You have chronic pain.” Or worse, “You just have chronic pain.” This was what... READ MORE
Questions & Answers
I was diagnosed with RA earlier this year and have now had 2 bouts with stress fractures in my foot. Is this common with RA?
It started 4 years ago after a very acrimonious separation and finally divorce, I woke up one day and my knee had so much pain I could not walk. I went to... READ MORE
I don’t know life without RA, it’s literally all I’ve ever known. Diagnosed at the age of two my parents were told I would be wheel chair bound by ten years old,... READ MORE
Our team strategy session was hosted in the Hunter Valley, an easy and gentle two-hour drive from Sydney. We were lucky enough to score a beautiful warm sunny autumn day. Within our... READ MORE