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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.

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This show is about chronic pain and illness. Do you want to learn more about biologics? What are they? Why start them? Is it something that I should think about myself? If you have an auto immune disease like Rheumatoid Arthritis or... more

This show was originally scheduled for 4/24/11. I had to reschedule due to technical problems. This show is all about healing energy. Please call in if you would like to receive healing energy, if you have questions pertaining to your... more

this show is about chronic pain and healing.

This show is about Chronic pain. Are you having trouble with side effects from your meds? Do you need the meds, but the side effects are just as bad, if not worse than, than the symptoms of your illness? Let's discuss this... more

This is about chronic pain. Can chronic pain be funny? I will give you some of my funny stories related to my pain conditions if you tell me yours! Call in and tell me your story!

This show is going to focus on accomplishments that you have made in your life even though others didn't think you could because of your disabilities or inabilities. Did you want to prove to others or to yourselves that you can do... more

This episode is about chronic pain. Has anyone ever made you feel different Have you ever tried to just blend in with the crowd and someone points out your disability All of a sudden everyone knows youre not normal you are abnormal... more

This episode is about chronic pain.What do you have to be thankful for? Even though life with pain can be hard, there is always someone out there that has it much worse than you. What are some of your blessings?

Another year older! I am here to talk about turning 36! I just had a birthday! Let me talk to you about celebrating a year older with chronic pain! This was the original subject for today, but I lost my long-time fur kid, 13 y/o Max, last night.... more

Spooooooooooooooooooky! Show! All Hallow's Eve! All Saint's Day! All Soul's Day! All Dana Day! Wanna find out just what the heck this show is really about! You have to tune in to find out!.........
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