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Article by Wendy McCance

If you have read my blog for any amount of time, you will have noticed that it’s been quite some time since I wrote a post.  Reflecting back, this is the longest period of time since a new article has been written.

Over the last few weeks, I have been struggling with some health problems.  I am hoping to get back into a regular routine of writing a few articles each week.  I felt that I should write something so no one would think that I had possibly abandoned my blog.

If you or someone you know has an autoimmune disease, you are probably well aware that flare ups happen and new issues pop up from time to time.  This is what I am currently dealing with, but I believe the worst is now behind me.

I am hoping that by the middle of the week, you will see some new articles that might inspire or give you some knowledge as you find your own way towards your goals and the happiness you seek.

Thank you for your patience and continued support of this blog!

Sincerely,

Wendy McCance

Wendy McCance

Wendy McCance is a Michigan based freelance writer and social media consultant. Wendy has gained attention as the founder of the popular blog Searching for the Happiness which can be viewed in 9 local papers online, including the Oakland Press. The combination of writing skills and social media knowledge is what makes Wendy such a powerhouse to work with. Stay tuned for opportunities to advertise, guest post and as always, have your questions answered.

To contact Wendy McCance about a writing or social media assignment, interview or speaking engagement, please email her at: mccance.wendy@gmail.com

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15 thoughts on “New Articles Coming Soon!

  1. Wendy, I have only just discovered you and am having a great time reading many of your previous posts.
    My sister and my daughter are seriously afflicted with autoimmune syndrome/disease. Never know what is going to precipitate an issue… new moisturizer, vitamin, or medication. Very scary stuff and life changing. Most people do not understand the illness and tend to “write it off” as an excuse not to do or try new things. Perhaps you or your reader/writers could elaborate on blogs and forums about the seriousness of this diagnosis, it presents in many ways. Though I have not been diagnosed, I spent an entire year chilled to the bone for many hours of each day. The doctor had no explanation for me and no conclusion after running many tests. Thankfully, that symptom has stopped and I pray it won’t return.
    Wishing you good health and success with your adventures in writing.

    • Hi Barbara, thanks so much for your comment. Like many illnesses, there is a lot of guesswork with what to test for, what medications to try and so forth. It can be an exhausting journey. On the upside, having to get creative finding new ways to go about living your life can have many happy surprises (such as when I found my love for writing and started my own business). Take care. I hope you find yourself and those close to you having some good moments soon.

  2. I’m glad to hear you’re feeling better, Wendy, and getting a handle on it. Life gets tough sometimes and it’s where our focus is most important. Sending hugs and happy healing energy your way, my friend. Looking forward to when you’re able to be back with us again. 🙂

  3. I’ve missed you and sorry to hear that you are having health issues. I hope things improve and you will be back to writing on a daily basis like before.

  4. Wendy–a lot of us with auto immune issues have been having a rough go of it lately–not sure why that is but I can certainly attest to it. All we can do is what we can do, right? Hope you continue to improve over the next few weeks…I always enjoy reading your blog posts. Hugs.

    • Hi Sylvia, you are the second person with auto immune issues that said the same thing. Maybe it’s the weather change? Have you had breathing issues or fatigue that is much worse than what you’ve had in quite awhile?

      • Wendy–I’ve had terrible fatigue lately along with aches and pains that make me feel as if I’ve been beaten with a hammer! I am usually worse with every change of the seasons but this year seems worse than my normal worse (if that makes any sense. LOL) I have been having chills deep inside my bones and that is not like me at all–the list of symptoms goes on and on and I know that I not alone in this. My sister also suffers from fibro and has been struggling lately, too with a lot of similar symptoms (other than the chills). Here’s hoping we all get back on track soon!

        • Hi Sylvia, I hope you and your sister feel much better soon. I can completely relate to the fatigue. It’s worse now than it has been in a year or two. So strange that there are so many people with fibro saying they feel worse this fall. Take care. 🙂

  5. Dear Wendy,
    I had been wondering but I thought you were busy with writing assignments, busy writer that you are.
    I am sorry to hear about the flare ups- being a doctor and a woman, I can understand how you must have been feeling. I hope you were not in too much of pain.
    With prayers and lots of love,
    Get Well Soon

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