Posts Tagged ‘relationships’

Apparently my current posting frequency is once a month. I have been so busy with my work life and my home life that the blog has fallen by the wayside. My husband and I are now officially trying to get pregnant. Nothing has happened as of yet, but at least we’ve crossed the threshold of […]

…especially to write about my RA. I haven’t been writing to process my feelings because my husband and I have been addressing my RA as an issue in therapy. My RA can be a huge difficulty for us and it is one that we have yet to work through because it is always there. It […]

So I’ve been meaning to post for a while, but for some reason I haven’t wanted to blog. Work has been exceptionally busy. I work in a college and the students are back, so there has been lots of chaos. Things are always more exciting when students are here. Our walk went really well. There […]

The people in my life always mean well when they try to give me advice on how to deal with my RA. But the more they do, the less I feel like they understand. I don’t talk about it too much here, but I am a politics junkie. I watch political tv, read political blogs […]

My husband and I have been married for eight years. And it seems that in that time we’ve both grown  and learned a few things about how to work out arguments and manage our relationship. But no matter how long we are together, there are still some things that are a struggle. One thing, of course, is […]

My grandmother just turned 75 years old a few weeks ago. She has been pretty healthy, but recently her hands have started swelling. She even got to the point where she didn’t reply to my emails because her hands hurt so bad. When I found this out, I immediately told my mother to get her […]

Went to my Rheumatologist on Thursday. The appointment went pretty well. My hands are still a bit swollen, but it was obvious the increase in Methotrexate helped. She told me I could increase it some more, but I decided to wait because the weather has been so rainy here that I think it has made […]

The other day I had lunch with a few co-workers. We were talking about vacations and told them that I had gone to Europe a few years ago and that I can’t imagine doing a trip like that again because it was so tiring (but yes, it was incredible). One of women, who is about […]

So I went to the podiatrist yesterday. He told me that the node on my foot, was not a node from my arthritis but a bursitis that developed to protect the edge of my foot. He said that when I changed my shoes, I did the best thing I could have done for it. And […]

I’ve had some more food for thought recently regarding how I deal with my RA in conjunction with the people in my life. I’m not always great about it. When I talk about it, I often feel like I’m whining and complaining. And after a while, I get sick of myself, so why wouldn’t others […]