Living with heart disease means being aware of what feels normal. When that goes awry, we bring it up and that usually leads to testing.
Living with heart disease is more than physical. It brings a lot of emotions along with it and learning to process those is difficult. Here’s how I do it.
From heart attacks to marathons, that is what most people know about me. Life with heart disease is a daily reality and now I’m sharing what that’s like in more detail.
The path to becoming a marathoner is not always linear, or as simple as signing up and training. Here’s my story AND my why for doing it.
A two-time heart attack survivor and 7x half marathoner, I will run my first full marathon (26.2 miles) in November. Read my story of why it needed to happen THIS year in particular and how you can help.