As some may have already noticed, we updated the site to be easier to type, RCDOM.org.
But some sites and links are still pointing to our old domain address. I’ll attempt to contact those I can find, but for those users who have it bookmarked I wanted to make sure we tried to update you about this change.
We’ll be sending out a second notice the day before it cancels, to make sure you’re reminded…
Love is not an easy thing to live without. It’s not something I would choose to live without. Nor would I encourage anyone to do so.
Love gives things money and success never can grant you in life. That nagging sense of incompleteness gone. The deep sense of life continuance and blessing over goes.
I am alone and I fear I will always be alone. But that does not mean I do not hope one day someone will endeavour to be beside me. I doubt that I can find someone strong enough to accept me for me. But hope lives on.
I’m Maria; I’m a wife and mother, fashionista and shoe enthusiast. Not all of my days are bad, but no one knows about the really bad days because I hide them. Often, I feel like my CRPS has stolen my sense of self. I have a great doctor and on my good days I really enjoy life. My family knows what my battle with CRPS is like, but no one else really has a clue, until now.
My child has had CRPS for a few years now! It’s in the foot, ankle, and hand but really bad with pain in their ear( permanent headaches, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, and fainting)!
They’ve started taking some medicine which really improved the joint symptoms; the pain is still constantly there but it’s easier to deal with. Then they have more medicines for a stomach pain and nausea and has been…
CRPS UK is a patient led non-profit organization which is applying for registered charity status. As part of our aim to support people with CRPS we are hosting our 3rd conference on November 14th, 2015 9:30 am to 4:30 pm where people can meet others with CRPS, learn about current CRPS research and treatments and hear personal stories of living with CRPS.
As many know we have our chats online to help those in areas who do not have local groups but we gladly share the local support groups on our support page. One such group is asking us to “Share and Make Aware” because they have gone above and beyond to try to make their first meet up as successful as they can so we’re doing what we can.
This Sunday, October 11th, is National Coming Out Day.
If you’re asexual and planning on coming out, there are a few posts on Asexuality Archive that you might be interested in.
The first is Coming Out: Experiences. This is a post about what other asexuals went through when they came out. Although your situation will be unique, this post may give you some idea of what to expect and what to prepare for.
The second is Coming Out: Advice. This is a post full of tips and advice from other aces who’ve been there. Not all of it will apply to you, but it’s worth a read to see what others have suggested.