Bloom’s recommended – Letter to Pain Management — tearydawn

I don’t know how to articulate my feelings and experiences in the small amount of time that we’re allotted. I wish I could take you home for a few days to see exactly what my life is like and what I go through. It’s not obvious in a half hour appointment where I’m simply sitting […]

via Letter to Pain Management — tearydawn

In today’s Bloom’s recommended I bring to you a fantastic post from Dawn (@tearydawn) which explores the emotional and raw reality of chronic illness, in particular, the viewpoint from a parent with Ehlers Danlos Syndrome.

As someone with EDS who has an entire series on my blog about my life with the condition and comorbid conditions (The EDS Chronicles *linked below*), I can greatly appreciate the way Dawn expresses her truth – which is bound to tug on the heartstrings of any reader. Her personable writing style and uniquely expressive narrative allow for a highly enjoyable read – especially for those like myself who can truly relate to her experience.

Thank you, Dawn, for exploring your truth and sharing it with us readers.

Lori x


EDS Chronicles

The EDS Chronicles: Taking my autonomy back

The EDS Chronicles: skin deep

The EDS Chronicles: stripes w/ a 100% chance of fog

The EDS Chronicles: Dating Shouldn’t be a Chronic Pain

The EDS Chronicles: Fearless Christianity – praying upon the sick and vulnerable

The EDS Chronicles: Losing trust in professionals (1/2)

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