Our PSC Journey

Grieving the Loss of a Normal Life: Facing Chronic Illness

Dana / February 11, 2019

**This post contains affiliate links. Endless hospital stays. Ineffective treatments. Emotional distress. Physical exhaustion. Fearing hopelessness. How is it possible to live a normal life under these circumstances? How can a person cope? What is the solution? Grief. Mourning. Crying until you can’t cry anymore; have a few days reprieve and repeat. That’s the solution. I’m not trying to sound…

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Wife of a Chronic Illness Sufferer

Being the wife of chronic illness sufferer comes with struggles. Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis (PSC) effects the biliary ducts connected to the liver and has it's own trials. Still there is always hope.
Dana / January 23, 2019

That’s me. Well, part of me. There are a lot of parts to who I am as a person. One part, a new/confusing/trying to be courageous part, is the wife of a chronic illness sufferer. My husband, Sean, and I were married on a breathtaking winter day in March of 2018. About ten months prior Sean was diagnosed with Primary…

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