So, here we are, after 2-3 years of not using it, The Lupie Girl is back and I am proud to say that I am more excited than ever! Lupus has taken a big toll on me and has really become a part of my everyday life. October 2016 will make 6 whole years since I was first diagnosed with Lupus. Seems like yesterday!
For those who don't know me, I ask that you take some time and click The LupieGirl tab in order to understand how Lupus has affected my life. Even though I say "I am a physician by experience", I must say that I am NOT a physician. All advice, encouragement and cool tips are all from what I did throughout my journey on my own and does not in any way, shape or form acknowledge that I am a physician. I am not giving medical advice, I am telling you of the things that I have done in order to live, cope and heal living with Lupus. LOL, Plus, everyone with Lupus is affected differently, so everything doesn't work for everybody.
However, I hope that I say something to you to encourage you, motivate you and hopefully inform you of things that you may not have known before you came here to The Lupie Girl. If you have any questions or just want to comment and say your piece, PLEASE, do NOT hesitate to comment in the box below. I would love to hear from all you and see what you all may think or even remedies and tips that you all can give to me! No question is stupid and no comment is too far fetched. I want to share my journey and how it made me better, stronger and willing to influence others with Lupus or chronic illnesses and remind them that it is OKAY, you will succeed and you are not alone. Last thing before I actually start sharing, my number one rule is: NO MATTER WHAT, STAY POSITIVE!!!!
Can you do that? If so, Let's do this!
Did You Know?
An estimated 1.5 million Americans and 5 million people worldwide are living with lupus.