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I hope it will not only help me connect with other people also fighting similar diseases, and help the family and friends of people with lupus (/etc) understand what their loved ones are going through.

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Latest Blog Posts for How Can I Explain It to You? The Life of a Grad Student with Lupus.

  • MOVING TO WORDPRESS
    on Jun 11, 2010
    Dear wonderful readers,Due to frustrations in dealing with blogger and its constant crashes, I have moved my blog to wordpress. My apologies for the inconvenience this may cause you. Hopefully the new blog will be even better. I write this post becau...
  • Invictus
    on Jun 8, 2010 in introspection
    Even as I write this, I am sitting on an airplane. Sometimes the urge to write overwhelms me, and I just cant resist. So here I am, blogging away on an airplane when I should be resting. (I’ll date this entry by whenever I post it, which might be a...
  • Sunday Breakfast Club: CNN – Can Caring Make You Sick?
    on Jun 6, 2010 in breakfast club
    During the two years that I was studying for my masters degree, I would meet two of my closest friends every Sunday morning at a local coffee shop. We’d spend an hour chatting, venting, gossiping, and catching up on our lives (or lack thereof) over...
  • Sunday Breakfast Club: Lady Gaga and the Awareness Issue
    on May 30, 2010 in in the media breakfast club
    So the Twitterverse, Bloggerverse, Facebookverse and probably any other major social network are in a frenzy with the news that Lady Gaga has been tested for lupus. Tested, mind you, not diagnosed with. There was an article on CNN which quoted t...
  • Sunday Breakfast Club: Bones, S5E18, “The Predator in the Pool”During the two years that I was studying for my masters degree, I would meet two of my closest friends every Sunday morning at a local coffee shop. We’d spend an hour chatting, venting, gossiping, and catching up on our lives (or lack thereof) over...
  • Sunday Breakfast Club – Bones, S5E18, “The Predator in the Pool”During the two years that I was studying for my masters degree, I would meet two of my closest friends every Sunday morning at a local coffee shop. We’d spend an hour chatting, venting, gossiping, and catching up on our lives (or lack thereof) over...
  • One Rough Week
    on May 21, 2010 in uncategorized medical update
    Man, it has been one ROUGH week. I had a great weekend last weekend. I spent it with my cousins – their grandparents and aunt (and her son) were in town, so it was a full house. It was fantastic. Good food, the feeling of family, exceptional. Then...
  • A Letter to My Loved Ones
    on May 18, 2010 in insensitivity/ignorance shout outs
    Thanks goes to Birdie Nelson at ChronicBabe Forum for sharing this letter.In the spirit of informing those who wish to understand, these are the things that I would like you to understand about me before you judge me. Please understand that being sic...
  • Sunday Breakfast Club – Happiness is Taking Things as They Are
    on May 16, 2010 in breakfast club introspection
    During the two years that I was studying for my masters degree, I would meet two of my closest friends every Sunday morning at a local coffee shop. We’d spend an hour chatting, venting, gossiping, and catching up on our lives (or lack thereof) over...
  • Pain is a Funny Thing
    on May 14, 2010 in coping introspection
    Pain is a funny thing. It pervades our daily existence more than we might realize. We talk about physical aches and pains like headaches, stubbed toes, and paper cuts. We talk about the emotional pain that comes from unhappy life circumstances. Count...
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