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Chronic Snarkopolist: Blaming the Patient

Chronic Snarkopolist: Blaming the Patient

Hello my loves! The first time someone made me “wrong” for my health or how I felt I was only seven years old and was developing RA and lupus in my joints. I was in pain and I [Read] | 14 responses.

Chronic Snarkopolist: Healing Emotional Wounds

Chronic Snarkopolist: Healing Emotional Wounds

Hello my loves! So many people have shared their vulnerabilities with me and I have always been grateful and humbled by how beautiful they are. The other day someone reached out and [Read] | 9 responses.

Chronic Snarkopolist: Finding the Sweet Spot

Chronic Snarkopolist: Finding the Sweet Spot

Hello my loves! Lately I have been working to share “the sweet spot” with people -  one that allows them to hear the truth without over sharing too quickly. I once told someone, [Read] | 6 responses.

Chronic Snarkopolist: The Smile

Chronic Snarkopolist: The Smile

Hello my loves! Once, during my most painful time, when I hurt more than any day I can express I look out the window on the way to the hospital.  I thought to myself, “How can I do [Read] | 5 responses.

Chronic Snarkopolist: Thanks for the Add!!! Kisses

Chronic Snarkopolist: Thanks for the Add!!! Kisses

Hello my loves! You may know I’m a knitter and have been one for five years or so.  I’ve been told I’m not allowed to call myself a mediocre knitter anymore by other (more [Read] | 4 responses.

Chronic Snarkopolist: Stealth Ninja Power – Using Ambiguity as Strength

Chronic Snarkopolist: Stealth Ninja Power – Using Ambiguity as Strength

My endo plugged his fingers in his ears when I said, “I don’t think any of my past endo’s have been listening to me.”  He laughed and said, “I am listening to you now.”  [Read] | 4 responses.