I’ve had fibromyalgia since I was 34. When I turned 50, I marked that milestone with a celebration FOR my friends ― the people who hold my hand figuratively (and yes, sometimes literally). Because their love, support and understanding have kept me alive. When you have a chronic condition, friends are pivotal. Don’t have a clue how to help? Never fear; I’ve got 10 concrete suggestions.
Creating space for change for women living with illness.
Redesign your life so you can enjoy more
freedom, joy & meaning.
And a sense of agency over your life.
I would be honored to support you create a life
with more ease, despite disease. We’ve got this.