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Jessica Jorgensen
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Consider this blog as a safehouse for anyone who is dealing with chronic pain, chronic illness and pretty much any medical issue under the sun.
Consider this blog as a safehouse for anyone who is dealing with chronic pain, chronic illness and pretty much any medical issue under the sun.

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I'm sorry for your loss. I don't know what you read of mine, or what info you have on me, but loss is loss. It's all different, and it's all relative. No experience is better or worse than the other. I empathize with whatever loss you have suffered, and I hope that love and healing find a way back into your heart. Hate heals nothing.
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I'm starting the New Year with a post about my muse. Blessings to you all!
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I wrap myself in gratitude, as it keeps me warm even when my spirit is cold.
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This was last year's Thanksgiving post, although it was about something even more important. As I read it for the first time in a long time, I was reminded how TRULY blessed I am. And I can't believe my little monkey is turning 8-years old this weekend. He still lights me up from the inside, he and his brother both. They have my heart!
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Sometimes answers to current problems come from looking back....
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Each and every part of us is a part of a greater whole. Precious moments can be found amidst even the most anxious moments. Seek and you shall find.
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Amazing Machine
Some of the most precious things I've learned in life have come from my experiences with my chronic illness. That may sound odd, but one of the ways I've learned to survive with a body in crisis is by gripping tightly to a positive attitude. It keeps me afl...
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Sylvia blog
As I continue to grow as person and evolve as a patient, I'm finding that I don't just hope to reach other patients and give them the sense that somebody out there cares. I'm realizing more and more that an equally important goal is to reach people who don'...
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Mourning isn't just about saying "Goodbye" to those around us, but sometimes about saying "Goodbye" to those within us.
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