In this article, published by the Psoriasis Association, I talk about my Psoriatic Arthritis diagnosis and how I am trying to overcome my own issues with body image.
On the year anniversary of JoelvsArthritis, Joel had two articles published by the Psoriasis Association and Arthr respectively on the reality of living with arthritis.
I am delighted to say that two more of my freelance parenting articles have been published this week. Both take a candid and unapologetic look at how my arthritis and pain impact my son and ability to parent. This is a subject I am being asked to write more about each month and is becoming…
My latest article for Psoriatic-Arthritis.com has been published. It discusses how, despite all the hardship and heartache of this year, it is the perfect time to talk about your arthritis. At a time when most people around the world have experienced some form of lockdown or restrictions, your friends and loved ones are as close…
A recent flare reminded me that arthritis is far wider reaching than physical pain and limitations alone. Alongside my independence, PsA deprives me of my confidence and interferes with relationships and friendships. This is my story of how I changed my default behavior and let the world into my arthritis journey. I have always tried…
Psoriatic arthritis picks its fights in many areas of the body. For me, my neck is the most painful, followed by my back. Most inconvenient, however, is when my disease is active in my knees. Knee pain is by far the most complicated for my wider health and physical ability. In this article, I’ll explain why….
I recently wrote a piece for the Psoriasis Association which was published today. My experience with the skin condition is something that I have not had the confidence to share as much as I have Juvenile Arthritis. So I was delighted when the charity gave me the opportunity and a platform to share my story….
An event in 2014 changed my outlook on how I approached routine medical procedures and to this day, I still have ‘white coat syndrome’ whenever I enter a hospital. This is my story of when liver biopsies go wrong.
Arthritis doesn’t discriminate, it doesn’t even care if you have arthritis or not, it’s going to change your plans. Juvenile arthritis is particularly cruel.
In this post, I tell my story of juvenile arthritis for the first time.
As part of my work with Versus Arthritis’ radio takeover campaign, an article on my motivation behind raising awareness has been published on their website.