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8 Years

As I've explained in previous posts, I have always had symptoms and signs of Ehlers-Danlos since I was a baby. However it wasn't until I was 13 years old when my life dramatically changed, at the time I thought it was a short term simple injury, little did I know that 8 years later it… Continue reading 8 Years

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Once Upon a Time…

Once upon a time...Once upon a time I could run, dance and move with ease. Once upon a time I could go out with friends, stay up late and still be bursting with energy. Once upon a time I could walk my dogs, draw, play piano and do other things I love without pain and… Continue reading Once Upon a Time…

CD · My faith · Prayer Requests · Truths of a chronic illness

Shaping Worry Into Prayer

"Don't fret or worry. Instead of worrying pray. Let petitions and praises shape your worries into prayers, letting God know your concerns. Before you know it, a sense of God's wholeness, everything coming together for good will come and settle you down. It's wonderful what happens when Christ displaces worry at the centre of your… Continue reading Shaping Worry Into Prayer

My faith · Prayer Requests · Truths of a chronic illness

I am His, He is mine – I have no reason to be afraid.

Hi again! This week has been a bit of a crazy week, university is beginning and already I am feeling the pressure of having to juggle two courses, my law degree and also my criminal psychology course, along with the everyday obstacles that Ehlers-Danlos throws at me. However I am extremely thankful that God has… Continue reading I am His, He is mine – I have no reason to be afraid.

My faith · Truths of a chronic illness

I’m in pain, I’m weak, I’m exhausted.

Hey guys!┬áRecently I've felt that I haven't been as dedicated to my blog as I should, I apologise. It's just lately I've been really exhausted and I'm finding it difficult to gain energy to do much at all. Right now as I write this I am even struggling to move my hand to type. But… Continue reading I’m in pain, I’m weak, I’m exhausted.