‘If my RA has taught me anything, it’s that me must move forward and learn to adapt. Even though it’s painful, I know this is the right choice for me and for Jacob.’
‘I remind myself—I am not stuck at home. I am *safe* at home.’
Listen to those who walk the arthritic walk and talk the talk as an advocate. No one can tell you better than someone who has a lived experience.
It takes courage to climb a mountain, even — or especially — when that mountain is invisible.
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Not all heroes wear capes