** Due to the increasing severity of MY ILLNESS, it has become impossible for me to continue to post on a regular basis. Unfortunately, as much as I desperately long to, I am also unable to visit each of your blogs often or reciprocate all the loving, supportive comments many of you continue to leave - even though at times it may appear as though you've arrived at some long ago, forsaken blog! With that said, I really want you to know that I miss every single one of you and that I really am still here! I'm just too sick and too weak most days to be able to sit up long enough to create a brand new post...or even read one. However, I absolutely do receive AND read every new encouraging word you leave (and, often, the old ones, again and again!) and I cherish them now more than ever! I truly appreciate your love, support, and, most importantly, your precious time spent on your knees in prayer for my family and me. It ALL means the world to me and I am truly blessed to have friends like you!
~Hugs and Sister Love, Teresa

FYI: All comments come to my email, which I can easily read on my phone. I also enjoy Facebook on my phone because I can catch up on A LOT in a very short time there. Soooo, if you're on Facebook, come 'friend' me there! {{HUGS}} **

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

DYSAUTONOMIA – POTS DOCUMENTARY

‘CHANGES’

The DYSAUTONOMIA INFORMATION NETWORK (DINET) has been working on a documentary about a particular type of Dysautonomia called POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome).  For those of you who don’t know, POTS is the main type of Dysautonomia that I have.  For more information about it, you can read my post MY ILLNESS EXPLAINED.  I am really looking forward to seeing this documentary and sharing it with all of you!  But for now, you can see the trailer for it.  The documentary is going to be called, ‘CHANGES: Living with Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome.”

23 comments:

Marcia Gray said...

Can't wait to see this documentary! It's nice to know what exactly, specifically to ask Him to touch and heal! Love ya!

The Redhead Riter said...

Please send me an email when you know it is going to air.

Marsha said...

I am very interested in seeing this documentary. Hope things are going well with the girls back in school.

Lani said...

That looks really interesting.. I had never heard of this illness before stumbling upon your blog today..
stopping by from sits!

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Jennifer said...

Wow that sounds really scary.

Thanks for stopping by.

The Blonde Duck said...

Popped in from SITS to say hi!

Jeanne said...

Teresa,

I just posted part 5 of my dysautonomia series. I linked back to your blog in it and recommended that readers check your blog out.

I hope you are feeling well! :)

If you hear any more about the documentary, please let me know. I write about so many different conditions that it's impossible for me to keep up with all of them.

Take care,

Jeanne

Deb said...

"But You, O Lord, be not far off; O my strength come quickly to help me (Psalm 22:19).

My prayer for you.

Sweet dreams.

Jenni Saake (a.k.a. InfertilityMom) said...

Followed you here from Jeanne's endo blog. Loved the video. Too tired to share my story right now, but you can read some at www.HarvestingHope.blogspot.com and some at www.InfertilityMom.blogspot.com Wonderful to see your light shine for Jesus here! :)

Casey said...

Wow. Can you please let me know when the documentary will air? I would be very interested in watching it.

I hope you are feeling well today, take care

LeLe said...

Wow, I've never heard of POTS. I'm interested in seeing this when it comes out. My prayers are with you. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Gabrielle said...

Wow, what a story. I read the post about this disorder, it's overwhelming and I will pray for your health and peace!

Meaghan said...

Ill be waiting for the documentary :) Thank you so much for leaving me a comment about my flight situation. I will def. look into that group and promote them for others who need flights. Loving your blog :)

Whoever I Am said...

Teresa,
Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. Your website is a wealth of new information for me. I was not aware of POTS and am looking forward to learning more about it. Also my husband shares your passion about teaching people to be financially independent. I will be reading your blog more next few days.

Stephanie Faris said...

Glad I found you. My boyfriend has Tachycardia...although I think it's mild. It only happens to him when he overexerts himself. It's just great to find somebody who knows what it is!

Cynthia at A Shimmy in My Spirit said...

Thanks for coming by to visit.

Dee said...

Join me in too. I want to hear more about this.

They should feature you and your award winning blog. :)

aforestfrolic said...

That looks like an interesting documentary, thanks for sharing...and for you story too. I would like to know when it comes out and try to catch it.

Jamie :)
p.s. Happy Saturday Sits Sharefest to you too ;-)

Michaela said...

Wow - that looks like a very interesting documentary. I've never heard of this before, so thank you for sharing!
Oh and a Happy SITS Saturday Sharefest to you!

Yaya said...

My friend Jeanne just wrote a 5 part post on Dysautonomia on her blog.

ChronicHealing.com

This is a Blog said...

I am excited for this to come out. my wife has a POTS blog at: http://www.wheredidigetthislemon.blogspot.com/

Nikki said...

I've just recently been diagnosed with POTS and I'm really looking forward to seeing this documentary. I think it will be very helpful and informative!

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