I recently had the chance to connect with Joe Zavala, an award winning journalist who suffers from Meniere’s disease. Normally, Joe covers education and sports for his local newspaper but recently started documenting his journey with Meniere’s Disease on his personal blog. This guest post is one of his latest blog entries, republished with Joe’s permission. I hope you […]

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By all reports we’re living in an age of illness. According to the American Center for Disease Control, fifty percent of the adult population has at least one chronic health condition, illness, or disease. And of the people who do, half have more than one. It’s a crazy statistic. Our medicine has never been better, but […]

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Writing isn’t easy. But here’s the thing. We’ve all written things before. And most of us write all the time. Maybe it’s just an email or a thank you card, but we do it without thinking. I’m bringing this up because I discovered an incredible new opportunity for people with chronic illnesses to make money. It’s a […]

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When you live with such a complicated and unpredictable illness like Meniere’s disease there’s a deep sense of fear that’s always with you. The fear of having a vertigo attack. The fear of getting hurt, physically and emotionally. The fear of losing friends and our loved ones who just can’t seem to understand what we’re going […]

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How do you measure success with Meniere’s disease? When everyone is affected so differently, it can be hard to know where you stand. The symptoms can be debilitating and even if you’re able to manage your symptoms effectively, your life won’t be what it was before. I talk a lot about hope, and conquering Meniere’s […]

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Living with a chronic illness is hard in the age of the 24-hour news cycle. The never ending circus of tragedy, crisis, and fear is hard to avoid. Somehow, we’ve decided that the darkest aspects of humanity are what want to see, and all the time. It finds us on Facebook and Twitter, where the […]

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Recently, I was lucky enough to connect with an amazing woman named Kathy McCabe. Kathy is an internationally recognized virtual assistant who also happens to suffer from Meniere’s disease, as well as several other chronic illnesses. Her story is remarkable. In the face of tremendous adversity, she has found success as a virtual assistant and has been able to continue […]

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