The COVID-19 health pandemic could possibly help you understand teens with chronic Lyme Disease.
Are you struggling with fear and anxiety? Join me and Melanie Wilson, Ph.D. as we discuss practical ways you can calm your fears, help your children with their fears, and trust God during uncertain times. I apologize for my connection but Melanie’s comes through perfectly and I know that this discussion will bless you!
Families all over the country are now looking for ways to keep their children and teens busy while they’re home due to the Coronavirus Closings. Time At Home We are living in crazy times. Never before have we had to close down public activities and schools as a nation. We are encouraged to stay at […]
Peggy Ployhar invited me to be a guest on SPED Homeschool. I met Peggy last fall at the 2to1 Conference for Christian homeschool mom bloggers and small businesswomen. SPED Homeschooling ‘s mission is to connect special education homeschooling families with quality information, materials, services, and support. Peggy Ployhar and I had an engaging discussion about […]
This year I find myself longing for something more than choosing a word or making a list of goals. I am longing for a deeper relationship with God.
Chronic illness and anxiety seem to go hand-in-hand. I had no idea what was happening to me when I first got sick with Lyme disease. My heart pounded as if it were coming out of my chest, I began to get sweaty, my hands clammy, I felt like my head was spinning and that everything […]
The Hidden Mold Problem Most of my readers have difficulties in moldy environments. Many Lyme sufferers are unaware of hidden mold and mycotoxins in their homes, churches, and work environments. Some people, especially those who don’t have Lyme, don’t believe mold can impact their health but can’t figure out why they’re so sick. If you […]
Have you ever had brain fog so bad that it was difficult to read and comprehend what you just read? Brain fog is a common problem for those with chronic illnesses, like Lyme disease, and can be mild to severe and can also wax and wane. Brain fog can make it almost impossible for you […]
When I realized that had once again been exposed to mold it totally explained why I have not been feeling my best. I knew something was off about the classroom I had been sitting in every week. I felt woozy, my head felt full and I even experienced some anxiety. Each time I went to […]
It’s a new year and that means many people are setting New Year’s resolutions. Others hate setting resolutions but feel better about setting goals. I tend to be one who sets goals or intentions rather than resolutions. As I was thinking about my goals I came up with these seven goals for people with chronic […]