Happy Saturday, Friends! This may seem a little receptive by now, but I promise come May and we have this great resource where everyone shares their thoughts/feelings… it will be so wonderful! 🙂 (Don’t worry, there is only one more after this!)
With that being said… it’s that time again… I want to hear from YOU! Thanks to everyone who answered my first two questions about the challenges living with celiac, as well as tips when you get “glutened”. If you haven’t answered yet, I’ve got you covered… just click HERE and HERE!
If you’re new around here and have no clue what I’m talking about… that’s okay too! Here’s the deal… May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month, so I want to compile YOUR thoughts and feelings regarding the illness and share (anonymously) with everyone in order to help shed light and build a community together!
I want YOU to share YOUR feelings about living with the disease… this way we can see we’re not alone!
On to the third question:
“Something positive that came out of my celiac diagnosis is _____.”
The obvious for everyone is most likely FEELING BETTER! But, how about other ways it has impacted your life for the better? When I first got diagnosed, I couldn’t begin to imagine anything positive about celiac other than feeling better… but surprisingly there are many positives for me! I will share my thoughts with you when I post everyone else’s.
Your answers will be published in a blog post in May and will be anonymous, so if you’re uncomfortable leaving a comment here, please feel free to email me (firstname.lastname@example.org).
I LOVE hearing from you and I know that your responses truly help others living with celiac!
Thanks for your help and have a fantastic weekend!!
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