The Danger of Taking Yourself too Seriously

I’ve shared with you all before that I’m not the biggest holiday lover. I’m not anti holidays, but this time of year always leaves me feeling melancholy. In an effort…

8 Things Unsaid to Friends and Family about Chronic Illness

We’re smack dab in the thick of the holiday season. You know what that means? Endless gatherings are upon us. As much fun as they can be, these massive gatherings…

I’m Thankful AF for my Chronic Illness

If you read the title you’d probably think I’m crazy. Who in their right mind would be thankful for a chronic illness? Just hear me out before you call me…

Facing My Worst Fear with Myasthenia Gravis

The holidays are a time of joy for most. I’ve never been super into the holidays but I do love the joy and excitement in the air around this time…

30 Life Lessons from My 30th Year

My birthday is tomorrow. I will officially be 31 years old. While I don’t know what I imagined life to be like in my 30s (especially pre myasthenia gravis diagnosis)…

Pass the Mic Episode 5: Tasha W Myasthenia Gravis (MG) Warrior

I’m still trying to get my life back on track so I don’t have any fresh content for you guys but it’s coming. Thankfully, I reached out to another warrior…

4 Subtle Signs of Myasthenia Gravis Overlooked in my Childhood

Did you know that myasthenia gravis (MG) can be congenital? That means you’re born with the disease. So symptoms can flare at anytime from birth. MG can lie dormant for…

Pass the Mic Episode 4: Nicole B Myasthenia Gravis (MG) Warrior

So it’s been a while since we’ve had a guest here on IWWB. In case you’re new or just as a refresher, I like to share the spotlight with others…

Can Birth Control Make Your Chronic Illness Life Better?

Women around the world can attest to dealing with monthly menstruation is a feat in itself. “A visit from Aunt Flo”, “shark week” “on the rag” – periods are called…


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