Below, you will find some of my own sample pieces, and some of which may interest you. 


How do coping mechanisms relate to a person with Fibromyaglia?

People think it’s easy for a person to cope with Fibromyalgia (FMS). What do you think?

See for your self by clicking on the below image, which will take you to my annotated bibliography about coping with Fibromyalgia.

Click here for my annotated bibliography

You can also view my presentation below where you will find information from my annotated bibliography, along with some history about Fibromylalgia, and get an idea of what spoon theory is and who created it.

Click on this image to see information from my annotated bibilography, learn history about FMS, and get an idea of what the spoon theory is.


Need some words of wisdom or encouragement!? 

If you are feeling down, in pain or needing a pick-me-up, then you should read Day By Day: The Chronicles of a Hard of Hearing Reporter, by Elizabeth Thompson.

To learn more about this inspirational book, click on the below image to read my report.

My Book Report on Day By Day: The Chronicles of a Hard of Hearing Reporter


You can also purchase this book and find a description of what the book entails here or by clicking on the below image.


Click Image to purchase Day by Day: The Chronicles of a Hard of Hearing Reporter.


Stressing too much? How can you find some relief to your stress?

As you probably already know, stress can impact our health tremendously in many ways.

Want to find out how to stress less? Click here

or on this image:  stress-less-new-crop


My Poems


Click here to read my poem It Must Be Deja Vu


Surreal vs. Reality

Click here to check out my slideshow poem, which is titled Surreal vs. Reality




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