Friday, January 25, 2013

Women’s Issues: Inside My Life with R.A Pt. 2

This is my second video post regarding my R.A, I decided to take you more in depth with snippets of things that I do daily to maintain it. I hope that this will inspire others who have R.A to be a active voice in our community. Education is key and this is my story and I am not afraid to tell it. Enjoy ; )


Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for taking us through your journey with R.A. It was indeed a heartfelt video and I can only imagine. Very informative and educative. I do wish you all the best and my thoughts and prayers goes out to you. Love your bravery and courage.


Unknown said...

I truly appreciate your time and effort in showing us your daily Life with R.A. I do not know much about it, yes, we can all read about R.A. via Google, but this video shows what words can not. I have a much better understanding now.

CosmeticCrazy said...

Really enjoyed this video and personal insight.

nena said...

I cannot tell you how much you taught me about living with R.A. just by me watching this video. I have never known anyone who has R.A., therefore I am not educated about it. I don't know you personally, but I feel like I do know you on a certain level just by watching your videos and interacting with you on social media sites. So therefore, I feel like I am learning about this from a true friend. I applaud you for being so brave to share a typical day with us in your life. To see you sometimes struggle with joint pain, or to suffer from the fatigue and the constant medication, you are a real inspiration to me. I sometimes take for granted that I can sit and type for hours without my wrists hurting, or that I can apply my makeup with no pain in my joints. I never really realized that some people could have such a hard and painful time doing those small everyday tasks. And yet, here you are, a person who lives with R.A. and does everything in her power to maintain and conquer it. And yet you still make the time to film a video, or do a review, host a giveaway, update your blog, all without skipping a beat. You could easily decide that you are not going to stay active with any of this, yet you do it because it is your passion, and you do it for us, your readers. Thank you so much for being such a strong individual and not letting this get the best of you. I wish you all the best in the future and I pray that you will continue to be a strong person in what ever God puts in your path.


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