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Download a set of ebook guides for topics that matter to a zebra such as getting properly diagnosed, how to file for disability when you have EDS, POTS, etc are available here.
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As someone who struggles with chronic, incurable and untreatable illness, she hopes you can use a few of her favorite tools like her free editable medical preparation templates as her way of saying thank you for subscribing! She knows part of holding it all together is being organized and ready for doctor appointments and keeping your brain fog at bay. These resources helped her and she hopes they help you too.
This book is for anyone who has ever struggled with chronic pain, life-altering illness or hypermobility issues. Christie has dedicated her life's purpose to helping others and she is a passionate writer and patient advocate who has lived with chronic disease for decades. She knows the struggle of finding answers, providers, treatment and sometimes even finding hope. It took her 17 years to be correctly diagnosed, and experienced firsthand the limitations it has imposed, and the isolation it has brought. This book is long overdue.
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While healing may seem like a solitary act, it can become so much richer when one is immersed in an active, supportive community. That’s why she founded Journey2Joyous to provide a special place for people seeking a better quality of life beyond illness.