What age were you diagnosed with JIA/JRA?read more
Your child was diagnosed with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JRA), now what?
Here are some helpful tips for parents navigating this journey.
February is known as the “love” month. Whether you are single, dating, engaged, married or somewhere in between practicing self-love daily is key, especially if you are living with a chronic illness or disability.read more
Have you found it difficult to date with rheumatoid arthritis?read more
They can be used before surgery or long after your orthopedic surgeon gives you clearance. Here are some of the items that I find helpful and hopefully you can too.read more
With winter in full swing, I wanted to share some gloves that those with arthritis can benefit from. Many are on sale now as the fashion industry gears up to introduce spring merchandise, so grab them while you can.read more
Keeping it Real With Arthritis Stories
Whether you are living with rheumatoid arthritis or another type of arthritis, we all have a unique story that deserves to be voiced, heard and shared. Equally of importance, is showing an accurate depiction of those living with the disease and providing a real-life glance of who the person is– their interests, passions, hobbies, goals, career, likes, dislikes and so on, behind the veil of arthritis.
Not only can sharing our stories raise awareness but also illuminate our paths for us to see that we are not alone on this journey and have common experiences with one another.