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Ask Me Anything – HAWMC Edition


It is Day 8 of the Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge sponsored by WeGo Health! We are almost 1/3 of the way through!

I’ll be honest. I wasn’t a huge fan of today’s prompt and when I did an Ask Me Anything post previously, I absolutely loved the interaction so I thought this would be the perfect time to try it again!

How this works is that you leave your question in the comments and I will post my response in a post next week! Feel free to ask any questions related to chronic illness, infertility, adoption, or completely random! I am pretty much an open book!

Now is your chance to Ask Me Anything!

5 comments on “Ask Me Anything – HAWMC Edition

  1. mary fran | frannycakes says:


    First, I finally had a minute to poke around your blog, and I love it. I love how positive and bright it is.

    Second, I struggled with today’s prompt too. I ended up talking about a dashboard pig. True story.

    Third, and maybe this is too big of a question, but how do you hold on to your faith through the pain? For me, that is the hardest part of being in chronic pain – actively working at holding onto my beliefs.

  2. The Norwegian Girl says:

    what is your biggest dream in life?:-)

  3. Alisha says:

    I want to know how you deal with infertility as a result of your medical conditions. I know you were blessed with a daughter through adoption (I actually have 2 adopted siblings, so I understand the gift of adoption) but is it hard to not be able to be pregnant and carry a child inside of you for 9 months? How do you deal with it?

  4. Cheryl says:

    How are you telling people about the leave decision and filing for disability? I find it hard and feel like I get this “slacker” look from folks when I say the pain leaves me in bed much of the time and all I can mangage is a small bit of writing….probably b/c so many people abuse the system ahich makes it harder for those who truly need the help.

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