Spirochetal

The Lyme Monsters vs Who I am

When I was younger, before I was diagnosed with Lyme disease I was losing a battle with the Lyme Monster in a war I had no idea I was fighting.  Lyme is evil, there is no other word for it but evil. Because it's not just a disease of one area, you never know what's actually happening to you or why. (This post includes affiliate links. Should you click an affiliate link… Read More »The Lyme Monsters vs Who I am

Overcoming Lyme Disease by Taking Away Its Power.

There’s been a lot of talk about Lyme disease after a few celebrity voices have come forward speaking about their experiences with this complicated disease.  May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month,  I hope that perhaps one of these celebrity voices with their money and influence will somehow have discovered something new that will actually help the hundreds of thousands of people suffering.  (This post includes affiliate links. Should you click… Read More »Overcoming Lyme Disease by Taking Away Its Power.

Moving into the darker months with Lyme Disease

Halloween is my favorite time of the year.  I love all things Halloween, the decorations, scary movies, and the candy!  But unfortunately, as Halloween grows closer, the weather gets cold.   And while I know that cold weather doesn't really bring on colds, the crazy weather does bring on migraines and sinus issues. I've been having a few Lymie issues due to the weather.  Headaches are the worst part.  Living with aches and… Read More »Moving into the darker months with Lyme Disease
Lyme Disease and Grief make a painful cocktail

Lyme and Grief make for a painful cocktail

  The last few weeks have been extremely stressful and emotional. There has been so many deaths in my circle, both close family and celebrity deaths that struck home.  It's been a lot to deal with.  My body aches, I have been retreating from physical contact as much as possible.  It's been hard.   I know I've been fighting a touch of depression.  I’ve done my best to try to rest as… Read More »Lyme and Grief make for a painful cocktail