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Infusing Love: In Search of Stress? No!

April 5, 2017

Stress is defined as a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances. As parents we know stress well. It almost becomes like a good old friend that you have reconnected with. It seems like we can’t escape it but, we can only minimize it. Raising a child […]

Dear Addy: Educating the Emergency Room

June 23, 2014

Dear Addy, We went out of town for vacation and I had to take my son to the ER for a bleed due. Unfortunately, none of the doctors were familiar with hemophilia. I knew more than they did. Instead of comforting my son, I spent my time educating doctors. Is there something I can do […]

Infusing Love: The Union Behind My Reunion

April 16, 2014

The thing about kids is that they grow up  they move on and make their own choices. That’s what Max did – he moved on and made his own choices. That’s not to say he has always made GOOD choices. But what would the point of all the years of teaching him to be independent […]

Humor in Your Hemophilia Bag

November 6, 2013

Most moms who have a child with a bleeding disorder know the ER drill. Despite being a veteran, I honestly forget every time how it works. Even in a metropolitan hospital that is affiliated with a hemophilia treatment center, a rare chronic condition like hemophilia is such a novelty with medical teams. We had what […]

Normal is Boring

April 3, 2013

A few months ago, Thomas was just getting over a foot bleed, ironically caused from snow boots that were too tight. (I mean, really?  Snow boots?) After a week of not being able to do his nightly chore of taking out the kitchen trash, I declared his foot healed enough to take out the garbage. […]


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