Each of us have been diagnosed with an autoimmune, chronic condition, or some sort of ailment. While these are a part of our lives, they do not define who we are. Before your diagnosis, who were you? After your diagnosis, who are you?
Your diagnosis changes the way you navigate life. It changes some of your everyday behaviors. However, you are NOT your diagnosis. Take the time to figure out who you are!
For me, I’m a lupus patient leader, advocate, corporate trainer, collegiate educator, nonprofit executive, mentor, and cheerleading coach who loves to travel, eat, and enjoy my family. Who are you?