Ms. Meniscus helps a reader deal with loved ones who have, with time, "forgotten" her illness.
Dr. Laurie urges us not to lose one of our most essential resources: hope.
Dan explores why the chronically ill or disabled are met with repulsion from the rest of society.
Dan writes that, in the fundraising world, arthritis often finds itself the outcast.
Ms. Meniscus advises a woman on how to win over a friend who may be too focused on helping her clean.
This week, Dan takes a look at some of the more common pitfalls when it comes to socializing while living with chronic illness. Friendships and relationships are hard enough but when you throw a devastating ailment into the mix, there is bound to be some serious chafing. Daniel tells us what to avoid, and helps to make sure you don't make the same mistakes he did.
Ms. Meniscus is asked about people who wait outside before meeting for dinner.
Dan was determined 2012 would be his "Year of Me." However, things didn't get off to the start for which he'd hoped. His rheumatoid arthritis-related heart troubles continue.
Dr. Laurie discusses the everyday challenges of "spoonies," or those who live with chronic illnesses every day.
Kristin reflects on the holiday season that was -- and could have been.