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Wife of a soldier medic, eccentric in style and varied in interests. In 06 I was diagnosed with Fibro/CFS.
Currently undergoing Cardio related testing as well as fertility testing.
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I'm a mental health blogger from the UK in my late twenties and a sufferer of bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, agoraphobia and self harming. I have also lost a child who was stillborn in 2007 and have some fertility issues (PCOS).
I started my blog in December 2009 and have been through quite a lot in that time including hospitalisation and psychotic symptoms.
I write as often as...
I'm the content editor of www.gotosee.co.uk/healthnews and www.gotosee.co.uk/healtharticles.
GoToSee is a UK complementary health resource and therapist directory for alternative medicine and complementary therapy.
I'm a wife and WAHM of 3 young 'uns. I've realized through the years that I am my best self, best wife, and best mommy when I'm living a healthy lifestyle. When I do so, I've got the energy and strength I need to play with my three kiddos, as well as a boost of self-confidence.
I'm a Certified Parent Educator and Marketing Consultant, living and working in San Diego and married to Mr. Right. I have a 7 year old boy and brand new baby who teach me how to be patient, and enjoy life one precious moment at a time. I write at Happy Healthy Hip Parenting and as the San Diego Parenting Examiner.
Thirty years in the business of healthcare has provided me with a wide scope of experiences: from the staff nurse in ICU, to educator of ICU nurses to Case Management from data analyst to Director. Currently, I am employed by a health insurance company as an analyst. www.EZHealthCareOnline.com Throughout my years of practice, I have watched many people wander aimlessly through the health care...
in 1999, I realized I was eating smarter than most bipeds who begged for my 'secrets'. That began a huge, wonderful journey and third career, nutrition. It's not about popping more pills, rather it's eating real pure foods to avoid as many pills as possible. Doing so helped me recover from an often untreatable dementia. The lightbulb in my head was dimmed for months (semi-comatose), but the...