Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

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Bumps in the Road?

posted by mpratt

Go to the pharmacy for a 3-month supply of meds. Return home, look in bag, discover a 1-month supply. Phone Pharmacy. Go back to pharmacy for 2-month supply. Sigh! In a life with chronic illness and pain, there will inevitably […]

Word Play: How Do You Say ‘Comfort?’

posted by mpratt

Cold weather and pain are seldom a pleasant combination. For me, even when the temps dip below 50, I struggle (I also have Raynaud’s, which causes me to react to the cold in a finger-numbing way). Just thinking about it…Brrr! […]

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TLC Tuesday: Feeling De-feet?
Ah, the bliss of putting my feet up! Throughout the day, our feet take a beating. And if we have joint issues "higher up," in the knees, for example, or the hips, thos

posted 1:42:47am Oct. 21, 2014 | read full post »

Food for Thought: Refresh Me, Lord
Many of you know Lisa J. Copen as the Founder of RestMinistries, an online resource for people living with chronic pain and illness of the invisible kind (www.restministries.org). Each year, Lisa sponsors an "Invisible Illness Awareness Week," and I've been honored to participate in it several tim

posted 1:32:33am Oct. 20, 2014 | read full post »

A Praying Spirit: Do you forget, sometimes?
I was looking forward to the day ahead. The sun was shining, my usual aches and pains were at a minimum. I started my morning routine, all happy and uplifted. And then, wham

posted 1:04:40am Oct. 18, 2014 | read full post »

Chronic Illness and Pain: The Gift of Planning Ahead
Next year's birthday cards - done! This year's holiday gifts - done! Yummy chicken soup prepared and in the freezer ahead of cold and flu season - done! I've often written about how hard it is to make firm commitments to things in the future. Chronic illness and pain have a way of interferi

posted 6:59:57pm Oct. 16, 2014 | read full post »

Chronic Illness: Does Ebola Scare You?
It seemed so far away. Until now. As I type this, a second person in Dallas has been diagnosed with ebola, and more are being monitored.  People are talking about it on the news and elsewhere, and asking the question, "How bad can this get?" And those of us with chronic illness, and especially thos

posted 1:40:36am Oct. 15, 2014 | read full post »


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