I’m on Pinterest!

Hello readers! I have a special treat for you today; I launched a new Pinterest profile for LymelightFight.  You can follow it here: https://www.pinterest.com/BethLeungLymeLight/ Why have I done this?  Well, I'm hoping to use Pinterest to organize my blog posts for you to find posts on specific topics easier.  I was getting emails from some... Continue Reading →


How to pray for a friend with a chronic illness

  I am writing this post directed to those people around a person suffering with chronic illness.  Whether you are the parent, spouse, friend, or coworker, the illness affecting the sick person affects you too.  If you haven't walked through a longterm illness yourself, you cannot understand fully the experience that your friend is going... Continue Reading →

8 Tips to Survive Your Wedding with a Chronic Illness

When I look through my wedding photos I see stunning images of a beautiful bride and handsome groom with all their well-planned decorations perfectly displayed.  Our photographers, makeup and hair stylists, seamstresses, and on-site coordinators resulted in gushingly beautiful photos of our ceremony, reception, first dance, tea ceremony, and much more.  The photos are a... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on my 11 Year Lyme Journey

11 years ago this week I contracted Lyme disease.  I was 15 years old, energetic, happy, looking forward to college, and planning to be a missionary to Thailand.  I traveled a lot that summer and never found the tick bite, so it's unclear when exactly I was bit.  It was most likely at my high... Continue Reading →

Overcoming Fear

What if I feel sick and I have to leave early?  What will people think of me?  What if I faint in the middle of my speech?  What if the pain gets worse?  What if I never get better?  What if something happens to my family?  What if God has an even worse trial planned for... Continue Reading →

Prioritizing with the Spoon Theory

With so many daily tasks and interruptions pulling at my attention, I can hardly find the time to really engage with my loved ones, read a book, or take a nap. But I was reminded this week that we shouldn't take our time for granted. This whole week I've had an awful cold. Coughing, sneezing,... Continue Reading →

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