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Easing the transition to an extraordinary life

Welcome to our Blog section. We will be posting here regularly and also sharing opinions and experiences from our talented and experienced contributors. We hope you find something here that is similar to what you are going through or coming out of that helps you along your journey to “an extraordinary life.” And maybe you’ll want to Share your own story with the rest of our community.

Walking on Water – April Showers

  The latest and greatest from our lovely Youth Editor Emily in her series, “Walking on Water- Living with Hydrocephalus.”     Recently, the weather here has been doing all kinds of crazy things. It’s rainy and cool one day, and then sunny and 75 the next. This has been causing all kinds of problems View Post >

The Transition from Cancer to Wellness

We saw this article that struck a chord with us by a young woman who just went through treatment for cancer.   She speaks of how she feels now, and we know we can relate. We wanted to share it with you. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below if you feel brave View Post >

Walking on Water – Beautifully Flawed

The latest and greatest from our lovely Youth Editor Emily in her series, “Walking on Water- Living with Hydrocephalus.”   Beautifully Flawed   In the recent months, I have been having a lot of trouble with my cerebral palsy. I have been having more muscle aches and have recently developed symptoms of Runner’s Knee, even View Post >

Kickin’ It Old Skool by Amy F

Here’s this month’s post by our Featured Contributor, Amy F. It’s rock and roll!   It started out as a Facebook post by a friend – “I am officially an Adult Contemporary listener.” That then expanded into how scary it is that songs we grew up listening to are now considered Classic Rock and even View Post >

The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act

     Do you have the Breast Cancer gene, BRCA-1 or BRCA-2? Do you have a family history that makes you think you should be tested? Know your rights.   You should be aware of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA), which prohibits discrimination based on genetic information when it relates to health insurance and employment. View Post >

Walking on Water- Love is Patient and Kind

We are proud to share today’s entry from our beautiful Youth Editor, Emily in her ongoing series, Walking on Water – Living with Hydrocephalus.   With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, I thought I would write about something I never thought about before- dating someone and having to tell them about my hydrocephalus. I recently began View Post >

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