Learning to accept pain when the reality is utter crap

Learning to accept pain when the reality is utter crap

It’s been one year since I had my hip reconstruction and has been quite the journey – mentally, physically and emotionally. Initially I was told that there was a screw loose in my hip and so I went into shock at the time. I was still in the hospital, had large doses of painkillers pulsing through […]

How to find gratitude in the little things

How to find gratitude in the little things

This is a post filled with beauty, green food, swimming and the little things in life that make life so special. Over the last year or so I have had to stop doing some of the activities that I loved due to a hip injury. Yoga is no longer something that I can do without […]

The hilarity of living with chronic pain and how I came to have hip dysplasia

The hilarity of living with chronic pain and how I came to have hip dysplasia

Sometimes living with chronic pain makes me want to break down and cry. Sometimes living with chronic pain makes me break down and cry. The relentless niggling aches telling me I’m not immortal and that I’m not immune to discomfort and bodily malfunctions is enough to make me boil with anger. Unfortunately for me, this […]