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Chronic Pain: For the Birds!

posted by mpratt

Seagulls regularly land on my skylights and attempt to crack open shells. Invariably, they make a ruckus! But they also tend to lose their footing rather quicky and slide down, making a screeching noise reminiscent of fingers on chalkboard. Does […]

Are You Ever Sorry?

posted by mpratt

Chronic illness and pain are, well, pains to live with. ┬áThere are times when we’re angry, snappish, out of sorts. Sometimes, even if we’re at a happy celebration, our conditions can get in the way of feeling completely integrated into […]

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Chronic Illness and Pain: Letting Your Guard Down
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posted 9:35:17pm Feb. 26, 2015 | read full post »

TLC Tuesday: Award Yourself!
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Food for Thought: Sifting through All That Info!
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posted 9:02:24pm Feb. 23, 2015 | read full post »

A Praying Spirit: From the General to the Specific
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posted 9:02:19pm Feb. 22, 2015 | read full post »


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