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How to Do Housework While Battling Chronic Fatigue & Other Autoimmune Symptoms

Frank Autoimmune Parenting, Coping with Symptoms, Living Well with Autoimmune Disease Leave a Comment

What does peanut butter and jelly, and autoimmune disease paired with no energy, have in common? WARNING: Dad joke imminent… They always go together!  Get it?!  (I know it’s not funny… but it’s true!) Autoimmune disease seems to always have a tag-along buddy of chronic fatigue… or, as we like …

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Healthy Family Activities: Eating Together as a Family

Frank Autoimmune Parenting, Emotional Healing, Living Well with Autoimmune Disease Leave a Comment

Here (on this blog), we talk about food all the time.  Seriously, it’s plastered everywhere.  Read through any number of our articles, you will likely see diet mentioned in some way. It’s no accident either.  Listening to our bodies, eliminating foods that we can’t tolerate, and increasing foods that make …

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How We’re Raising Our Kids Differently (As 2 Parents with Autoimmune Disease)

Anna Autoimmune Parenting, Living Well with Autoimmune Disease 2 Comments

Between the Hashimoto’s Disease and Mixed Connective Tissue/Undiagnosed Autoimmune Disease (me) and the Celiac Disease (Frank, my husband), and the Rheumatoid Arthritis, Crohn’s, Vitiligo, and Grave’s Disease within our extended families, many people just assume that our kids are destined for a life of autoimmune disease. I’ll admit.  It’s a hefty …