My Invisible Fight

If you know me, you know I am chronically ill. My illness does not define who I am but it … More

Disability Center

Disability Center I am preparing to live on campus in a few short months. Recently I did all the paper … More

A Caregivers Perspective. Part One.

Being a Mom of a Chronically Ill Child Written By: Eileen Guyadeen Being a caregiver of one who is chronically … More

Hospitalization

Plans unravel without warning regularly. “The heart of man plans his , but the Lord establishes his steps,” Proverbs 16:9. … More

Birthday

My parents and I all have our Birthdays in January. What’s even more unique is my mom and I share … More

My Year Review

As 2014 graciously departs, we reflect on the ways it has transformed our lives.  We thank the year for the … More

Just an update 12/5

The past forty eight hours have been demanding in countless ways and utterly draining. Thursday I spent the majority of … More

Some of my Journey

Being chronically ill is demanding in many ways physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Countless emotions invade along with the pain. I … More

Reclast Experience

  Written: September 20th, 2014 Many people know I was recently admitted to the hospital for five days. Initially I … More