Author Archive | Paula

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To the Nurse Who Fought For Me

Dear Nurse, I wish I knew your name. I wish I could remember more details about the day I was rushed into the hospital. The specifics are hazy, but your presence is unforgettable. You were the frontline of my care. As I battled through my sickness and miscarriage, you took control of my even to […]

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To the Mom with the Autoimmune Disease

Dear Mom with the Autoimmune Disease, With symptoms like fatigue, difficulty breathing, hair loss, mouth sores, sensitivity to light, joint pain, skin rashes, brain fog, and dizziness, daily tasks can seem insurmountable. Now add taking care of a baby or toddler, work, school, grocery shopping, extracurricular activities, and all of the other things that come […]

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Seeing the Light in the Loss

In my youthful innocence, I did not know that babies died. I had never dealt with or been impacted by the death of a child. My father had died when I was a little girl, so death was exclusively experienced by adults. Babies were simply born, period. I got married with the same thought, not […]

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