The diagnosis of bipolar disorder can be terrifying. Charita Cole Brown pens a consoling letter to the newly diagnosed that there is hope and adventure with bipolar disorder.
Jackie Zimmerman articulates what MS patients need from their neurologists at the time of diagnosis and throughout their treatment, and shares lessons learned.
Patient expert Sabrina Skiles pens a poignant letter to her younger self packed full of insights learned from living with psoriasis.
Mandy writes to her prediagnosis self about living with ulcerative colitis (UC) and what she wishes she had known.
Being the spouse to someone with UC can be challenging, but this woman with UC has a message for you: You’re the real MVP.
Ever wish you could go back and tell your former self insights you’ve learned along the way? Here’s five wise lessons on living with migraine.
Thinking back, what would I tell my younger self about how to take care of myself after childbirth?
Jaime, who lives with migraines, pens a heartwarming letter to fellow migraine patients, reminding them of their strength and determination.
Jackie, who has ulcerative colitis, pens an open letter to the surgeons that saved her life — with a few suggestions for improving communication.
MS is often portrayed in the media as hopeless causes, full of pain and disability. But that’s not the real picture, says Jackie Zimmerman.