This would be a great opportunity to share your own stories. While I love being a voice for the Lyme community, I think it's important for the public to hear others' perspectives and unique experiences with this harrowing, complicated and controversial disease. The current statistics are staggering, and it has become undeniable that Lyme Disease is a rising epidemic. But it's opportunities like this that offer us a chance to put faces to the numbers, and remind the public that each addition to the growing Lyme Disease count is a valuable life that's been compromised. Awareness is currently our greatest hope for slowing down the growth and spread of this infectious disease.
So please, take a few minutes this morning to share your story through the comment section of DJ Margaret's post. But please don't forget to share how Lyme Disease has changed your life for the better- while this illness has the potential to turn a life entirely upside down, debilitate a body and shut innumerable doors, it also has the ability to reveal a whole new world, spark new relationships, and provide for unique and meaningful opportunities. Sometimes pain can be our greatest teacher, and it's darkest circumstances that encourage us to discover the light that we possess within.
Biology of the Blog: Infectiously Optimistic Interview on Lyme Disease, Alternative Medicine & Hope
Click here to listen to the interview. To bypass what's currently on air and listen to DJ Margaret's segment, click the triangular "play" button next to DJ Margaret's name. The interview begins around the 10 minute mark. To skip to 10 minutes, wait until the interview loads and drag the cursor in the right hand corner of the screen to 10:00.
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Thank you DJ Margaret and BreakThru Radio, for helping us raise awareness, and for giving me the opportunity to share some optimism. I hope that this morning, this interview touched a few individuals and perhaps ignited a light inside of a few dark tunnels.
Remember, wherever you go, no matter the weather, always bring your own sunshine.