I’m so glad that you’re here because I know there are many other places you could spend your time right now, so I’d like to share a few reasons I created my blog.
My blog exists to help women learn how to reduce their chronic joint pain and is here to:
1. Empower women so they can make an informed decision about their health
My blog posts will cover such topics as what to do when your healthcare provider doesn’t answer your questions to your satisfaction (because the pain you’re experiencing is not in your head). You’ll also learn how to connect with your inner emotions so you can start the healing process because I see too many women believing they’re a victim to their pain.
I also write about emotional pain and trauma and its connection to your physical body. Often, emotional pain can manifest into physical pain, which then turns into debilitating chronic diseases. You’ll discover new scientific studies and trends which support that chronic pain can be decreased.
2. Provide easy to follow guides and lessons to reduce chronic joint and muscle pain
In my posts, I’ll show you how you can reduce your chronic back or joint pain. You’ll find easy to follow step-by-step guides or videos showing how to do so. I love teaching other women how to reduce their pain (as I have done for myself). I also created a free email course for you so you can get started right away on managing your pain.
I’m here for you every step of the way because I know by following my tips and strategies, you will feel become inspired to fight back your joint pain. I understand what it’s like to be in unbearable pain and to not even recognize your life because of chronic disease.
3. Recommend only the best books and tools to help you learn how to reduce your chronic pain
I love to read and I’m a lifelong learner, so you’re in excellent hands. I’ll be creating a toolkit for managing your chronic pain (check back for it soon). Here, you’ll find my favorite tools you can use to help your sore and achy joints. I only list items I have used and I’ll give you an honest review so you can determine if it’s the right tool for you.
You’ll also find my top book recommendations for personal growth, mindset, and productivity hacks. I truly believe that reading is one of the best tools for improving your life.
4. Help instill confidence in you
One of the most important takeaways I want to leave you with after reading my posts is to know you have the power to get better, and that this is a reality for you. I know chronic pain can steal your self-confidence, friends, family, and relationships with your partner. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
My hope for you is to become optimistic and courageous. It takes an enormous step and leap of faith to learn how to control and heal joint pain. My posts will help you do just that.
5. Write a weekly blog post to provide women with strategies on how to deal with chronic pain
I have lived with chronic pain for over 20 years. I know about the struggle to get out of bed and the frustration of people telling you you look fine after you’ve told them you have a chronic disease. I publish posts weekly because I want to help you manage your chronic pain.
Let’s be real, living with chronic pain isn’t fun. My goal is to show you you can live a life with a new normal and that you have the power to make your life be whatever you want it to be. Your life is not over because you live with chronic pain.
By spending time on my blog, you’ll become informed to make excellent decisions about your health, learn from my easy to follow guides, discover my top books and tools, gain confidence and learn about new weekly information to manage and reduce your chronic pain.