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Nancy

California
Nancy Matthews is 35 year old wife and mother with cystic fibrosis (CF) and diabetes. She has been waging a battle with CF, a terminal genetic disorder, for many years. In January of 2007, Nancyâ??s body entered the end stages of CF. On December 10, 2008 she received the miracle of a double lung transplant at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Nancy holds a BA in Psychology and...
Communities: Cystic Fibrosis

BrokeStudent

Cedar City, Utah
I am a Sophomore at Southern Utah University. I'm majoring in Psychology and my goal is to be a family counselor some day. After looking back at the experiences in my life, I have come to realize that Counseling is the career meant for me. ADD and Depression have made life a challenge for me from time to time. But my challenges have created in me a want to help others through their challenges....

Piper Beatty

New York, New York
I am a 27 year old CFer living it up and trying to stay healthy in New York City. I moved here in 2004 to go to law school after a lot of moving around (Colorado, Texas, Boston, Atlanta, and even a stint in England). After graduating from Columbia, I spent a couple of years working full time as a lawyer on Wall St before recently taking a temporary "retirement" to focus on my health...
Communities: Cystic Fibrosis

Ellen B.

Gibsons, Canada
I've just released my e-book “The Caregiver in MidLife: Where their needs end and yours begins”, a blend of my personal story and helpful information and exercises for midlife women who are caregivers to elderly parents.   This book brings together my 25 years' experience as coach, counselor and, more recently, caregiving for her elderly mother. It is my hope that it...

Sonia Gallagher

Boca Raton, Florida
My name is Sonia Gallagher. I am a Certified Life Coach, lawyer, and entrepreneur. Through introspection and meditation, I realized that my calling in life was to support the empowerment and development of others. I now dedicate myself to this 100% by coaching professionals, lawyers, and business owners who are ready to make a change in their life, to be challenged, and to learn how they can...

Libby ..

California
    I'm 45 years old, but I can't accept that! This picture was taken in the best time of my life...the '80's, you know? Back when I could do anything!...well, I can still do  a lot, just not everythng physically...but, that's nuthin but a thing. Life's a challenge now, but I've always done my best then...and I don't plan on that changing!

Rosemary M.

United States
I like the TEAM in blogging: together everyone achieves more. My blog site is devoted to sharing updates, news, information and motivation - to generate a greater thirst for understanding. However, the main purpose of this site is to promote my steadfast conviction that while the Alzheimer's journey is incredibly painful for all those involved, we must continue to dialogue and celebrate life...

SupportGroups.com

Los Angeles, California
SupportGroups.com is for individuals, friends and families who are looking to connect during life's challenging times. Share personal experiences, evaluate information and get support during times of need, illness, treatment or recovery. SupportGroups.com is part of a Network of Health Related Sites which gives our Community access to tens of thousands of health related...

Erin

Charlotte, North Carolina
I was diagnosed with celiac disease in my 20s and my older daughter was diagnosed when she was 4. Eliminating gluten from my life was challenging at first but overall has been nothing but positive! It has taught me to be careful and creative in my food choices and it has helped me appreciate the value of preparing healthy and home cooked food for my family and friends every day. My goal is...
Communities: Celiac Disease

Amy

Buffalo, New York
To  the ladies that are reading this because they have been diagnosed or told they have some type of Vulvodynia. There are many reasons as to why women start experiencing Vulvodynia. Let me first start by saying Vulvodynia is NOT a diagnosis it is a symptom. Vulvodynia means Vulvar pain.. The diagnosis is the more complicated part. Dealing with Vulvodynia is really a life challenging...
Communities: Women's Health