When Your Limitations Are Staring You Straight In The Face

February 9, 2017

  1. Eryn – How beautiful. You found the lovely 🙂 I appreciate your perspective and writing so much. Now…hope you can figure out how to get Facebook to play nicely again with your blog. This needs to be shared.

    • Eryn Lynum says:

      Thank you Sara!! I think it’s all fixed now. My word, just keeping Facebook and WordPress playing nicely together is a job in itself! 😉 Thank you for your encouragement!

  2. Angela Kim says:

    You seem so brave mama, thank you for sharing your story. I think it’s in these challenges where out truth beauty, courage and light shines through. My story is a little different than yours but I had similar realizations when my daughter was born with special needs, then I came down with severe postpartum depression. There are gifts that are hidden in these vulnerable moments. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Sane Mama says:

    Thank you for sharing your beautiful story. I also struggle with a disease that takes so much from me. You are so right in saying that there is a balance between striving and dreaming and accomplishing things in spite of a disease. And also accepting when the disease brings you down, humbles you, and forces you to remember the basics.

  4. Wonderful article, Eryn.

  5. rachel says:

    I absolutely love your outlook on this!

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