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For each day we choose to win verses letting lupus defeat us. For each day we complete a task on our things to-do-list. For each day we get out of bed even with stiff joints and extreme lupus fatigue. And for each day we live to see another…

We become more and more of lupus warrior!

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5 thoughts on “We Are Warriors

  1. Great post! I’ve been having a lot of troubles with a cold that I just can’t get through because of my weak immune system and I’ve been really sore. This is a good reminder to just keep myself going!

    1. Thanks.
      I hope that you’re able to get over this cold. I know how it feels though to not be able to get over it as quickly due to our severely weakened immune system. I know you may not be feeling your best but you can and will get through it. I’m glad my post could serve as a good reminder for you. Well wishes :)

  2. Well done for each day and the test of each day. Well done. I don’t know lupus how it is. But, I have seem my mum have a triple heart by pass in 2012 and the recovery of that and then a leg infection. Then 2014 she had another heart attack and pace maker. Life now is so different SOOO different, she is flat tired by lunch time, needs a sleep and rest, mornings are hard work..

    Well done – keep going on , be a warrior and keep on keeping on. Who am I to say this to you – not knowing what Lupus is like… but I hope you don’t mind. I want to congratulate you on your bravery it can’t be easy. I know mum gets a bit annoyed she can’t do stuff, but she has adjusted… but ohh life…

    big hug and well done I really hope things improve
    love bella

    1. I’m sorry to hear about your mom. Working in a cardiac rehab facility, I know all too well how hard it is for our cardiac patients. But I can definitely relate to her tiredness and annoyance with not being able to carry out simple tasks. It definitely sucks but we have to remain strong and keep a positive outlook on things. God bless your mom for even willing to do things on her own. And thank you for the hug and encouraging words. I’m hopeful also that things will improve 😊

      1. What a small world you work in cardiac rehab. I haven’t returned to work – cause one is the physical side but the emotional side – . A bit tricky.
        Well done for working and getting on with life.
        well done indeed.

        Take care and speak soon.

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