Growing up in a religious household, there has always been a place for God in my life. More than that, I'm a person that genuinely enjoys going to church, and having an active religious life. From the words of wisdom delivered in the homily, to praying with a hundred others for the things that weigh … Continue reading Does everything happen for a reason?
I went to see a new doctor last Wednesday, a Dr. Lindsley out in Bloomer, WI. Dr. Lindsley is a chiropractor by trade but has become known as a kind of "Lyme healer" in the area, due to his excellent track record of healing people from Lyme in the upper Midwest. He himself had Lyme, … Continue reading No More Lyme?
This book has been generating a lot of buzz over the past few months (at least in the Lyme community). Ally (Tommy Hilfiger's daughter) contracted Lyme from a very young age, and unknowingly struggled with it for many years before receiving an accurate diagnosis. Her father even had her committed to a mental institution at … Continue reading Lyme Reads: “Bite Me” by Ally Hilfiger
People probably wonder what I do every day, waiting to get better. I've tried to be really vigilant in not letting myself get lazy, and try to keep myself occupied with small things every day. Fortunately I am not nearly as bad off as some, who can't leave their beds, or are in horrible pain. … Continue reading Day in the Life: 2/1/2017
How was everyone's week?? It was a lot of ups and downs for me. I got to see a few friends which was great, but I've been feeling really fatigued. I just started a new herb so I'm hoping it's a sign my body is fighting!! 💪🏻 I was, however, able to pull myself together … Continue reading Fridays: Curtain’s Kitchen
When I initially started treating my Lyme disease, I was taking three different antibiotics at a time. My doctor told me that it was very important to take supplements as well, because the antibiotics were interfering with my body's normal processes and functioning. Not to mention the damage being done to the gut flora. Every … Continue reading Supplements for Lyme Disease