RABlog Week: The Beginning of Rheumatoid Arthritis for Me

It’s the Second Annual RA Blog Week hosted by a Rick from RADiabetes.com. If you haven’t signed up, do so quickly.  This is a great way to share your story but also meet others in the community.  If you don’t have a blog, no worries. Rick has suggestions of ways to post here.  

Day #1 prompt is to tell your rheumatoid arthritis story. I have been sharing my story here on my blog for eight years, but I think the best summary of my journey is shared here at HealthCentral as part of the Live Now Live Bold campaign.  I hope you will check it out.  If you experienced any similarities, I’d love to hear about them.  

Live Bold Live Now – check out my story here.

10 thoughts on “RABlog Week: The Beginning of Rheumatoid Arthritis for Me

  1. Cathy, what a great story. I loved the way it worked in that format. I know for me it seemed like it happened over at least a year or likely more. Sheryl says she knew it well before I would admit it.

    I was doing a college village when it occurred to me that something was terribly wrong. I wish I could do some of those months over. But woulda, coulda, shoulda is one of my things.

    Cathy thank you for blogging with us this week!!

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  2. Hi Cathy,
    It is so true when you said that is easy to stop blogging when you are feeling well. That happened to me this Summer. It's been over 10 yrs since I felt so good and did not want it to spend that special time on the computer. For reasons out my control cannot longer blog, however I am enjoying reading and commenting on RABLOG week stories. I'm not alone!

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