Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

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TLC Tuesday: Slow down!

posted by mpratt

It’s TLC Tuesday, again. But it’s also probably the heart of “Back to…” season. Back to school, back to work, back to lots and lots of activities. Yes, activities, and, probably, a lot more stress, a lot more “Hurry up!” […]

Chronic Pain: Lost and Found

posted by mpratt

Somewhere, amid the pain and the frustration we feel over lost health and today’s health trials, there are bright, uplifting memories we’ve lost track of, times when life was easier or days when we heard and enjoyed laughter, did good […]

Chronic Illness: Embracing smooth sailing!

posted by mpratt

Like the calm before the storm, or the comfort before the next flare, the period of relatively “smooth sailing” can be a bit nerve-wracking. We know that “chronic” means ongoing, and have had flares rise up unexpectedly in the past. […]

TLC Tuesday: What if you missed Tuesday?

posted by mpratt

If you have a chronic illness or live with serious pain, you know that sometimes, you “miss” a day or two in the week. It’s too hard to get out of bed. You are going through medical tests, and the […]

Previous Posts

A Praying Spirit: What do you do with your hands?
Our hands are so very expressive! In our daily lives, our hands lifty, carry, work, and play. They soothe the aches of others, and they keep the beat during a particularly liv

posted 7:03:19pm Oct. 25, 2014 | read full post »

When you think, "Can't I have just one good day?"
If you are really down, and challenges are heaping themselves upon challenges, then you might find yourself thinking, "Can't I have just one good day?" Yup, I've been there myself -and it's okay to ask that question, borne of frustration and perhaps a little amazement that "yet another" thing could

posted 1:53:52am Oct. 23, 2014 | read full post »

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 »


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