Dating with MCS or chemical injury
Enter to win one of five free premium memberships being given away to celebrate the grand opening of Canary Singles, a place to meet others with chemical injury for companionship, dating, friendship, love and marriage.
A Story of Environmental Illness and a Mom Who Saved the Day
Jaime Owen gives thanks to her mom this Mother's Day for supporting her through a harrowing journey with environmental illness.
Emotional toxicity can derail health as much as toxic chemicals and bacteria can. Learning how to process emotion and past traumas, and communicate effectively with others can help keep you physically healthy!
Sexuality needn't be ignored when one gets sick. If you desire, you can cultivate a healthy sexual life no matter what your relationship or physical status.
When Illness Strikes, Men Leave More Often
WebMD shares the results of a new study that shows women with cancer and multiple sclerosis are more likely than men to become separated or divorced.
Herbal birth control
Dear Susun, Is there an herbal approach to birth control? As far as natural birth control methods go, I've only heard of the rhythm method.
A Modern Affair
A romantic comedy about the strain of contemporary relationships, one woman's urgent desire for parenthood, and a solution to it all. Starring Stanley Tucci and Lisa Eichhorn.
What’s helping you rise?
I just discovered a wonderful website for a wonderful reading/study group: healthpursuitsgroup.com. They are a unique health book club for people suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), fibromyalgia (FMS), multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), and related conditions.
“I’m too Sick to Be in a Romantic Relationship”
by Connie Strasheim | Is this just another one of your excuses for staying single? Or is it an idea based on your friends’ marriages, struggling because one of the partners has a chronic illness?
Telling Your Truth To The World
by Connie Strasheim | Did you know that much of illness results not from physical toxins or infections, but from a lack of healthy boundaries in relationships?
They Will Never, Ever Understand Lyme Disease
by Connie Strasheim | They won't understand. No matter how hard you try to explain the suffering that Lyme disease causes you and how much they attempt to empathize with your pain. Unless they have Lyme disease, too, they won't get it.
Dear Stephen, When on antibiotics one particularly disturbing effect was an emotionally out of control feeling (despair, hopelessness, crying for hours). I get a milder version of this with your herbs.