I have been blessed with twenty-nine years of life on this Earth, ten of those which have been compromised by a rare autoimmune disease called scleroderma. It has always been a mission in my heart to bridge this gap between the healthy and sick. I'm going to teach the world life lessons that can apply to anyone while also raising awareness about scleroderma. It's a win-win!
The very first step in the digestion process begins in the mouth. For someone with scleroderma, simply chewing food can be exhausting. Different disease factors affect one’s dental hygiene, but ... Read more
“You practicing to become a ballerina?” my mom asks me as she lathers up soap on a sponge to wash my back. I’ve gotten pretty good at showering with ... Read more
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