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The End of the Road 

The End of the Road 

I’m finding myself at the end of the road, medication-wise, and I’ve been here before. My current biologic is wrecking
Unexpected Help

Unexpected Help

I admit that I can get feeling cranky and down about things. Lately, I’ve battled the pharmacy benefits manager and

The RA Benefits of Yoga

In the 18 years since I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis/rheumatoid disease (RA/RD), I have tried numerous medications, over-the-counter aids,

Mindfulness and RA

I recently had the opportunity to take a great workshop that centered on mindfulness and the practice of Tai Chi
Pain and Silence

Pain and Silence

Anyone who knows me would say I talk a lot. I’m friendly, loquacious, extroverted, and open. I always received full
Great Expectations

Great Expectations

Starting a new drug treatment always makes me hopeful. But I’ve learned the hard way to be realistic. Most of
The Quandary Of Pain

The Quandary Of Pain

Pain is a universal experience that helps us to survive. A person who can’t feel pain has a significantly reduced
My Secret Superpower

My Secret Superpower

Superhero movies have become very popular recently. We now even have television shows about heroes with various secret superpowers! Jessica
Muscle madness

Muscle madness

It never ceases to amaze me how many aspects there are to this disease of Rheumatoid Arthritis. I have lately