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I’m Jo, an adult living with a severe connective tissue dysplasia. My condition means I permanently rely on a wheelchair to move about. I’m a qualified Social Worker and work for Fighting Chance running LifeX, a social and mentorship initiative. I’m passionate about writing, blogging and motivational speaking and I...
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My Name is Sam Payne and live in Newcastle NSW. I’ve been diagnosed for a few years now but like usual I had misdiagnosed issues all my life and had my first surgery at 8 months old. I’m an avid American football fan and enjoy all kinds of sport. I...
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Hi, I'm Erica. First and most important to me, I am a Nurse, and I love what I do! Secondly, I have Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and GI Motility Disorder. Coming to terms with a chronic illness is tough and life-altering for anyone. Writing helps me process and work through it...
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My name is Jessica, I’m 18 and from Sydney. I have hypermobile EDS amongst other things and enjoy dying my hair different colours of the rainbow, photography, graphic design, writing and reading, even if I have to do these things a little differently to those without hypermobility.
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Hi! I am Renee, at 31 years young I am extroverted, inquisitive, adventurous and passionate by nature. I was diagnosed at 8 into the connective tissue dysplasia family and have had plenty of ups and downs along the way. Graduating with a degree in medical radiation science, I am a...
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I’m Michelle, and I am a New Zealand born & raised, Aussie. I have joint hypermobility & orthostatic intolerance amongst other conditions such as Crohn’s & chronic fatigue. Prior to becoming significantly unwell, I was a young, active woman on a ‘career & study’ path. My health changed that and...