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CRPS From An Outside Perspective- Interview With a Husband

Published on August 15, 2017 under Opinion
By Samantha Anderson, Special Events Coordinator After several requests for my husband and I to give a bit of our story and let everyone know how things work with us, I decided to interview him to find out what he thinks about CRPS/RSD as a person that lives with it daily without physically experiencing it. 10 years ago, I started dating my now husband. We were each 14 years old. This was less than a year after my CRPS/RSD diagnosis. As a matter of fact, I was still on crutches when I started dating the boy with the blue mohawk. At that point, I didn’t know the extent that CRPS/RSD would actually impact my life. I know the doctors told…
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Knowing When To Push Yourself with CRPS

Published on June 13, 2017 under RSDS General Info
By Samantha Barrett What is your limit? How far can you truly push yourself and your CRPS? How do you gauge each and every day  when your ability changes by the hour? Samantha has experienced this and has some stories that may help. As someone who has been living with CRPS for over a decade, I ultimately know what my limits are. Did I learn what they were right away? Absolutely not. There was a lot of trial and error in the process. But overtime, I’ve learned to read the signals that my body has given me. I’ve met a lot of people with CRPS in my time with it, and the one thing everyone is trying to figure out…
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