Sharing your autoimmune story is the very core of what we believe in at Autoimmune Sisters. We believe in bio-individuality; that every woman is uniquely designed and therefore there is not a one-size-fits-all solution.
In addition to sharing your autoimmune story, we are now accepting submissions for those of you interested in sharing your story and how it relates to the Covid-19 vaccine. Keep reading to learn more!
Share Your Autoimmune Story:
When you’re ready, click the link below and tell us all about you, your autoimmune disease and your health journey. We are looking forward to learning more about you and sharing it with our community.
Share Your Covid-19 Vaccine Story:
Over the past few months, several autoimmune sisters have wanted to share their experience with the Covid-19 vaccine and many others have asked our opinion on being autoimmune and getting the Covid-19 vaccine. As stated above, we believe in bio-individuality and also in learning from each other’s experiences. This new project is intended to capture your story with the Covid-19 vaccine.
Select the link below that is most closely related to your experience with the Covid-19 to share your story and experiences.
3 Tips to Help Share Your Story:
#1: Take Notes
Before you click one of the buttons grab a notepad and jot down some things you know you want to share. If your story is anything like mine, it can take a lot of thinking and creating a timeline to really piece the past 12 years together. We leave additional notes sections so you can include anything that we didn’t cover in the pre-set questions.
#2: Find a Keyboard!
We ask several involved questions that help you share your story while also providing insight for the autoimmune sisters reading your story. We highly recommend you do this on a computer, laptop or iPad with a keyboard.
#3: Make Some Tea and Take Your Time!
The idea of sharing your story may sound simple in theory, but the more details you can provide, the more helpful your story submission will be. We recommend steeping some tea and finding a cozy place to type.