I believe that illness has led me to a life of gratitude, so I consider Lyme disease at this point in my life to be a blessing in disguise.— Rebecca Wells
Perspective Lyme Disease quotations
I know runners who have suffered a tick bite and ended up with Lyme disease.
Ill take an angry moose any day.
I saw a video on YouTube of a girl who had very similar reactions to late-stage Lyme disease as I did. And I thought it was crazy. And when I saw her basically have a seizure on camera that looked very much like my seizure I felt, "Oh my god. That's me." And so it was really important to me, and I said to Sini, 'We have to find some way to not just talk about Lyme disease, but to show it.
Getting chronic Lyme disease is probably the fastest way to figure out what and who is real in your life.
Lyme has brought me to my knees; this disease is a silent killer and does not have a face.
My life is raw, authentic, and focused on giving back to the journey God has given me; I want to leave this earth a better place with answers and education on Lyme and invisible chronic disease.
We who suffer from chronic Lyme can only ask for our loved ones to try to understand and be compassionate about this invisible disease.
In 2013, after a challenging two years of long-term IV antibiotics and six weeks at a clinic in florida, I received the 'Star Light' award from the Lyme Research Alliance for my advocacy and strength to light the way of Lyme disease awareness.
The Lyme disease had so severely affected my brain functioning that it was extremely hard for me to think, form sentences, and stay focused.
I will continue to pave the way and share my health journey with the world until I find a cure and proper diagnostic testing for this silent killer called Lyme disease.
The only reason I ever shared my health journey with the world was because I felt it to be my duty to sufferers that are bed-ridden and dying because there has yet to be found a proper diagnostic test for Lyme Disease in this country.
Lyme disease has become a fast epidemic worldwide.
I am determined to help find a cure and figure out a way to share knowledge with the millions of people struggling with this debilitating disease.
I am not Lyme disease, that's not who I am, I'm still a feminist artist, but this is a part of my story too, and I'm not going to keep it out to look cooler.