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My blog is about living well with Sjogren's Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, chronic illness and chronic pain, and about coping using art and other means

Owner: SherylAronson

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Language: English

Tags: Sjogren's Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, chronic illness, chronic pain, creative coping

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Latest Blog Posts for Sheryl Aronson

  • Symptom SleuthingSjogren's syndrome is an autoimmune syndrome that affects the moisture producing glands, and can affect any system in the body. Add to that Fibromyalgia, Hashimoto's thyroiditis, lactose and gluten intolerance, and you get (or I should say, I get) en...
  • Helpouts by Google Helps Out
    on Nov 15, 2013 in help Helpout
    Need help? Try Helpouts by Google, started early November, 2013. This site hooks up people who need help with virtually anything with people who can give that help by video. It doesn't actually send the person to your house to move your furniture, bu...
  • Healthline
    on Oct 31, 2013 in resource Healthline
    I got an email the other day from a marketer asking me if I would include their site on rheumatoid arthritis on my blog as a resource for my readers. I looked over the site, and found it full of good information, not only on RA, but on many other dis...
  • Helping Others
    on Oct 14, 2013 in help helping others
    I was at the grocery store last week. The woman in the checkout line behind me was using one of those electric scooters that many stores provide, with a big basket on the front of it full of groceries. I asked if she needed assistance putting the gro...
  • Priorities: Live Your LifeSetting priorities can sometimes be a difficult task. Other times, the priorities set themselves. I am in one of those situations right now. With the new school year started, my work is picking up rapidly. I am an occupational therapist. I started a...
  • Document, Document, Part 2- Keeping Track
    on Sep 11, 2013 in document
    I last posted on the importance of documentation when filing for disability. Another situation where documenting is important is keeping track of something that you don't use often, such as where you put it. You may be sure it is obvious, or that you...
  • Document, Document, Part 1- Disability
    on Aug 28, 2013 in disability document
    I read recently on an occupational therapy (OT) forum about an OT clinic where they say that if it isn't documented, it didn't happen. In other words, write complete and accurate notes of all therapy sessions, phone calls, etc. Documentation is so im...
  • Bee Venom and Gluten Cutter:UpdatesA few weeks ago, I got stung six times by yellowjackets. The rest of that day it felt like they continued to sting me. The next day was less painful, but then the itching began. It was like five mosquito's intensity, in patches from about one inch to...
  • Bee Venom Therapy
    on Aug 8, 2013 in bee venom therapy bee sting
    Last Sunday, my husband and I were hiking out near our cabin, and had a once in a lifetime (I certainly hope) adventure. I was talking about something, when I suddenly interrupted myself with "I just got stung by something! There's another one!" My h...
  • Track and React the Impact of ArthritisI get Arthritis Today, the magazine published by the Arthritis Foundation, and I generally read it cover to cover. The July/August 2013 issue has several things I plan to share here. The first is an online tool called 'Track and React'. As the m...
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