Hating Rheumatoid Arthritis
Rheumatoid Arthritis is this mean and evil disease. But you can’t hate it because hate only tears up the hater. Hate never hurts the target, so I learned a long time ago that forgiveness is the healthiest way to live. However, forgiving RA doesn’t make it go away…
There is no cure for Rheumatoid Arthritis—no way to make it go away. People with chronic diseases become more and more patient because they have to wait forever for a cure. I know a lady who is very patient. It is polio that made her so.
Patience to blog as an RA patient
I am learning patience. I am becoming more patient. And there are plenty of opportunities to exercise that patience muscle. For several months, my website has been progressing slowly… The RA keeps knocking me down; and I keep getting up.
Someday, it will be up and running. And let’s hope some day I will be also.
Edit November 7, 2009:
This was my very first blog post! The site is now up of course: YOU ARE HERE! Although this website is still under construction in some areas, the blog is quite busy. Please see the About pages for more information and subscribe to the blog so you don’t miss anything.
Edit May 13, 2018:
Since this first post on Blogger May 17, 2009, this site has experienced several re-models, updates, and expansions. When I typed RA can make you patient in 2009, I remember laughing out loud. It still makes me smile today as I’m updating the website once again. There are now more than 1,000 pages here. Explore the menus or the Tags Dropdown list of topics to find whatever RA topic you need. Be sure to get a copy of my new book Rheumatoid Arthritis Unmasked: 10 Dangers of Rheumatoid Disease. (Added photo).
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