I created this website as a place where those struggling with medical adversity could come and sit under the palm trees. Imagine how the gentle breeze feels across your skin or the sound of the ocean coming in and going out; as if each wave were taking away the problems and bringing in the cleansing waters of God. In times of trouble, I love to sit with God on the beach. I believe it is one of His many gifts to us where nature nurtures our body and soul.
Is there a medical storm brewing within you or someone you love? Have you experienced illness? Have you been a caregiver? Are the medical issues piling up until you feel alone to slay the medical giant? Are you ready to scream – “Stop the world I want to get off?”
The mission of this website is to assist you in overcoming medical adversity through inspirational writings, resources, and a sprinkling of humor.
Whether you have come searching for information and insight for yourself or for a loved one; it is my prayer that you will draw hope, strength and encouragement from the writings posted on this site. If that happens, give the glory and praise to God.
Many blessings for the day, my friends.
Are you facing a medical challenge or know someone who is?
Sooner or later it happens to most all of us. We find ourselves staring at a diagnosis we don’t want to hear. What do you do? How do you respond? Often the fear of the unknown is worse than the condition.
With authenticity, candor, humor, spirituality and grace, Surviving Medical Mayhem will help you not just survive but thrive. Discover the healing power of knowledge, humor and faith – three vital health ingredients you need to absorb in heavy doses. These three “miracle medicines” can make all the difference in how you navigate the mayhem of medical adversity and help you walk through this new journey with more, joy, confidence and peace.
Embrace Faith and Prayer as a vital part of your healing.
Find comfort in others who have faced a similar journey.
Harness the power of humor and perspective to heal faster.
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