Adapting to Limitations: My Recent Adventures with Insurance and Remicade

by Joan Friedlander I’ve been receiving Remicade infusions for treatment of Crohn’s Disease for over 10 years now. Until a

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Adapting to Limitations: A New Year’s Resolution for Rare Disease Patients

by Joan Friedlander When people first hire me to coach them, before we do anything, we establish intended outcomes for

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Adapting to Limitations: Making the Big Decisions Easy

by Joan Friedlander Are you at a point where you feel like you’re ready to step up your engagement in

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Adapting to Limitations: Is Your Doctor “The One?”

by Joan Friedlander Note: this article represents the author’s experience and should not be construed as medical advice. Over the

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Adapting to Limitations: Does Your Environment Nourish or Deplete?

By Joan Friedlander A lot of people live and work in environments that aren’t healthy for them, and they will

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Adapting to Limitations: Should Work Be Easy When You Live with a Chronic Illness?

by Joan Friedlander No matter your age or your life’s circumstances, the question about how to earn a good living

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Adapting to Limitations: Disease Day or Work Day?

by Joan Friedlander Shortly after receiving her diagnosis of Young Onset Parkinson’s Disease (YOPD), Norene got a hold of a

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Adapting to Limitations: When Illness Messes with Your Promises

by Joan Friedlander Correctly, or not, our trust in and our reliance on others – and ourselves – is built

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Adapting to Limitations: Get to Know Your Energy Flow

by Joan Friedlander No doubt you’ve heard the terms “morning person” and “night owl.” They are terms used to describe

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Adapting to Limitations: Forget Goals, Try a Theme Approach

by Joan Friedlander This is the time of year that inspires people in the modern world to wipe the slate

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Adapting to Limitations: Asking For Help, Who’s Keeping Score?

by Joan Friedlander   Ah yes, asking for help, step 4 in “Business from Bed.”  You’d think I would have

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Adapting to Limitations: Self-Care and Family During the Holidays

Meet “Julia,” a university professor who suffers from chronic pancreatitis. She is often in pain and certain foods aggravate her

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