As You Can See . . .

Dear Readers,

It’s time for a change. The blog has a new look and a new theme. A reliable source (Hi Demetri!) pointed out that perhaps Zoey deserves some privacy. So, she is going to get it. I will be writing a little less about Zoey . . . and a little more about chronic illness.

If you don’t have a chronic illness, please don’t delete me from your blogroll just yet. My goal is to write about chronic illness with humor and honesty. So, please, hang around for a laugh. Or because someone you love has a chronic illness.

I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia seven years ago. Since then I have pushed myself to always feel better, do more, be “normal.” I have spent so much time fighting again my illness that I forgot to figure out how to live my best life with it. So please stick around why I try and figure that out.

Check back later in the week for a top 10 list of what not to say to someone who is chronically ill.

Thanks for reading!

Best,
Joslyne

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3 thoughts on “As You Can See . . .

  1. Kate

    While I will really really really miss your perspective on parenting, I look forward to learning more about chronic illness and how best to support those I love that have been diagnosed. Your honest approach and your willingness to laugh at yourself make your blog a “must read” regardless of the topic.

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  2. Lisa Gibalerio

    Mixing it up sounds like a great idea! I am a little afraid of the list of things not to say to a person with a chronic illness, because I am sure I have said them all . . . (maybe there is humor in earnestly saying the wrong thing too). Looking forward to your perspective on a myriad of topics!

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