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  1. I think you’re bang on in celebrating small victories. The big ones are rare and hard to come by, but learning to recognize the little ones (which happen frequently, if we just take the time to look for them!) can really lighten our load.

    I work as a personal trainer and am constantly pointing out the small victories that my client’s are making. Lots to celebrate!
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  2. Hi. Thanks for visiting my SITS forum.

    I feel for you. It’s not easy raising kids while dealing with a chronic illness. I’ve been in remission from Crohn’s Disease for many years, but it was tough and depressing. My sister also has Crohn’s and gets Remicade every 6 weeks.

    I’m glad you’re finding silver linings and small victories. That’s how we get through life!
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    • Hi Cynthia, thanks for commenting and I am so glad to hear your Chrons is in remission. I didn’t know it could go into remission but I have a friend who battles it and I hear how difficult it can be. I also didn’t know Remicade is be used to treat Chrons also. I hope it’s a miracle drug for your sister the way it is for me. Thanks for visiting and I’m sure I will be seeing you around the SITS forum, I have lots to learn! Tanya.

    • Thanks very much Brooke, it is rather cathartic to get these thoughts and little celebrations down in the blogosphere. Thanks for liking my Facebook page and I am a new follower on your site too. I love the up cycled frame for the kids art you did. Tanya.

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