What Are Your Priorities?

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Priorities

I know not all of us lupies are female. Nevertheless, the majority is.

As a woman, I tend to take care of others despite how I am feeling. As a professional, I have been independent and decisive for years, which makes it hard to ask for help. This is not a helpful daily combination when I need to avoid flares.

We all know that our muscle and body pain, emotional struggles, medication side-effects, and drop-dead fatigue days are real, but unfortunately, these symptoms are all invisible to the human eyes. That’s why I believe we are the ones in charge of setting the boundaries, saying what’s enough for today and take a break to care for ourselves. People around me cannot read my mind, so it is my responsibility to step up and say it.

It’s easy to get burnout, and it is a dangerous route. We all have been there.

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Rule of Three

Choices

When I got up this morning, I began thinking about all the choices I make every day. Life fills our days with so many options that we forget to take chances and try new things.

Force of habit is a double-edged knife. While my instinct helps me think faster, potentially avoid previous mistakes, and optimize what needs to get done, it can also blindside me. Life has changed, and so have I.

The Door

During summer, I was on vacation with my beloved ones and family in Brazil.

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Good Dog

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Lately, I have spent much more time at home and with my dog. My large Rhodesian Ridgeback, who is sweet and goofy, bringing a smile to everyone around him.

He knows when I am not in my best self, he quietly crawls by my side, lays down, sets his entire body close to mine. That’s his way of saying “I am here for you”. Pets are sometimes much better than humans, you know.

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