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Grief is the painful process of ... by Susan Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 9:35am Grief is the painful process of letting go, bit by bit. ~ Sigmund Freud Grief is the most difficult but the most necessary and the most healing process we will undertake in our entire lives. Life involves loss. Loss involves grief. In order to move on, to be happy and whole one day, we must resolve our losses as they happen. If we d ... Read on »
Pass the Pain, Please by Sasha .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Jul 2008 7:16pm It’s 10:30am on Saturday morning and I just got over a 2 day pancreatic attack. For those of you with RA that don’t (thank god) have pancreatitis let me briefly explain what happens to me: First, the pain coming from my pancreas is excruciating. It is like being stabbed with a bayonet or a long sword directly through your solar plexus. Th ... Read on »
Pass the Pain, Please by Sasha .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 5:26pm It’s 10:30am on Saturday morning and I just got over a 2 day pancreatic attack. For those of you with RA that don’t (thank god) have pancreatitis let me briefly explain what happens to me: First, the pain coming from my pancreas is excruciating. It is like being stabbed with a bayonet or a long sword directly through your solar plexus. Th ... Read on »
READER COMMENTS June09 by Sasha .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 01 Jun 2009 10:11pm Thanks to the readers of this site – I share your journey with you.  Many of you stumble on the site looking for answers to questions like how to get through another day under enormous pain from either Lupus, RA, or CP.  You can search the site for terms or keywords I use in any blog post simply by entering that word in the search bar on the ... Read on »
In the Beginning by Sasha .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 8:47pm Dateline & Updates: February 2007. I’ve decided to begin keeping a log of my main events/feelings in the hopes to inspire or relieve anxiety in someone else. Not many 34 year olds are about to receive a metal pain pump called an intrathecal pump…and of those I’m not sure how many have a job they love and work all the time but have become t ... Read on »
Your Searching For… A Must Read by Sasha .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 7:44pm Today I’ve decided to respond to the topics that people most commonly do searches for when they come upon this site. A lot of people visit this site to validate their feelings about a particular medication such as Methotrexate, prednisone, and more… Some topics I wrote a brief blurb about are: Being a Caretaker, Dieting, Couples Therapy, De ... Read on »
Today it’s the Pancreatitis by Sasha .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 1:41pm I’ve gotten over my mini-hurdle of being depressed (again) and have been getting through stacks of work like there’s no tomorrow.  I have to be careful to “measure” myself otherwise i will suffer the consequences the next day.  Like Sunday, I mopped and cleaned the entire house top to bottom  - and monday I was a train-wreck! I’m getting ... Read on »
Today it’s the Pancreatitis by Sasha .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 23 Jul 2008 2:12am I’ve gotten over my mini-hurdle of being depressed (again) and have been getting through stacks of work like there’s no tomorrow.  I have to be careful to “measure” myself otherwise i will suffer the consequences the next day.  Like Sunday, I mopped and cleaned the entire house top to bottom  - and monday I was a train-wreck! I’m getting ... Read on »
Neck Pain, Upper Back Pain and Shoulder Pain Common in Cyclists by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:13am The American Bureau of Transportation Statistics states that there are more than 40 million Americans who ride bikes at least monthly. Over 5 million people ride at least 20 days/month. With so many Americans bicycling injuries sustained have also risen especially neck and upper back pain. Because of the position that a cyclist takes while biki ... Read on »
Neck Pain, Upper Back Pain and Shoulder Pain Common in Cyclists by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 30 Sep 2008 1:14am 4 Comments The American Bureau of Transportation Statistics states that there are more than 40 million Americans who ride bikes at least monthly. Over 5 million people ride at least 20 days/month. With so many Americans bicycling injuries sustained have also risen especially neck and upper back pain. Because of the position that a cyclist takes while b ... Read on »