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Dana Morningstar

Chronically Mommy & Now Read My HIPS!

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I have psoriatic arthritis, avascular necrosis of the hips, knees, and shoulders, fibromyalgia, sjogrens, and osteopenia (among other things). I had my left hip replaced at age 29, my right shoulder replaced in 2010, at age 35. I had my right hip replaced in May 2012. I still need to have the other 3 joints affected by AVN replaced. My husband and I adopted Michael in 2010. I am an empath, a medical intuitive and an energy healer. Whether you have JA, are a parent of someone with JA, or care for someone with JA, I am looking for Guest Bloggers every month! I am also looking for personal stories about those with AVN, Autoimmune Arthritis, fibromyalgia, and/or any chronic pain conditions every single month! If you have a Personal Story you would like to share, please email your story to Dana at Dana.GAGAIntrospective@outlook.com with your title, blog name and URL, your name as you would like it published on my two blogs and on my Facebook Pages, Twitter, etc. If you do not have a blog, that is OK, you can still share your story, simply send me your story in a Word Document with your picture attached and I will put it into my blog for you. It is that simple. Also, I am launching a new Arthritis Group in the GA area to team up with JAers. We will start a mentor group and a transition program. If interested, please contact me at Dana.GAGAIntrospective@outlook.com. I have the website but it is not up and running. You may take a look around to get a feel for what it will be like online. The Georgia Generations Arthritis Introspective will be a local group in the Atlanta area but anyone will be able to be a part of it online. Take a look at the GAGAIntrospective http://GAGAIntrospective.weebly.com and follow me @GAGAAMovement.

On-Demand Episodes

Time Change! When your kid gets sick & you are the chronic one & the one caring for the sick kid. Rescheduled. I had to go to the doctor so will schedule for another day/time. Sorry but have an infection. Too hard to do a radio show... more

TIMECHANGE! Humor is always the best medicine for pain. Having a child who is almost 2 years old can be the best source of humor. Let's have a show with some light material for once in a world w/ so much heavy stuff--pain, suffering,... more

You're Invited! JA Contest Theme: What Is The Difference between JA & OA? Video/Poster Submission! Don't Know Where to Start? That's OK. Online Live Class on Turning Ideas into Imagery! If... more

Time Change! Did you have a nice trip???? See ya this FALL!!!! Traveling again, with a child...weather is cooler now...preventing flares, falls, fatigue and just plain getting flustered!!!!!

You're Invited! JA Contest Theme: What Is The Difference between JA & OA? Video/Poster Submission! Don't Know Where to Start? That's OK. Online Live Class on Turning Ideas into Imagery! If... more

Just because I have chronic illnesses doesn't mean I can't enjoy everything that a "normal" person does. I still enjoy fashion, shopping, dancing, date night, ladies' night, decorating the house, holidays, kids, family, parties, hobbies, sports, etc.... more

Do we overdo Antibacterial soap, wipes, cleaning, etc? Is it OK to use the natural cleaners? Is it cleaning enough? What is enough when you have issues with your immune system? Wanted: Guest Bloggers all month long! Have a JA Personal... more

What's new? How have I been doing since my hip replacement surgery in May? Now Read My HIPS!!! Wanted: Guest Bloggers all month long! Have a JA Personal Story you would like to share? Please email your story to Dana at... more

Day of Questions...Call in With Any Questions for Dana about Being a Mommy with Chronic Pain, Autoimmune Arthritis, Avascular Necrosis, etc.....Your questions, my answers! Please call in or the show will be pretty boring with no... more

Traveling with child and chronic pain! When family treats you differently! How to tell your family that you are the baby's mom. and you call the shots! When is it too much?!?!
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