In The Media

Random, related things that I’ve seen in the media and thought might be interesting to my readers..

This one isn’t from the media, but I honestly think EVERYONE should read it. Best explanation of what it’s like to live with lupus that I’ve seen yet.:
The Spoon Theory by Christine Miserandino

Rob Thomas wrote a song “Her Diamonds on the Floor” on his Cradlesong album. The song is about his wife’s battle with autoimmune disorders and his struggle to know what he should do.

Ok this TED talk is not about someone with Lupus or Fibromyalgia, but I found it inspiring all the same. “Caroline Casey: Looking Past Limits.”

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  • Love and Other Drugs” — the main character is dealing with a Parkinson’s not lupus diagnosis, but her process of adjusting to diagnosis and how it affects her romantic life are still relevant.

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  • ABC. Grey’s Anatomy. Season 6, Episode 21 – How Insensitive.

April 21, 2010

  • Fox. Bones. Season 5, Episode 18 – The Predator in the Pool.
March 6, 2007
  • Lupus Foundation of America. Newsroom. “LFA Responds to Dr. Phil’s Comments about Lupus”
  • (in case you missed it he made some comments about how lupus is not a life threatening disease when discussing the possibility of Anna Nicole Smith’s death being attributed to lupus)
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