Does Chronic Illness Add Value to Your Life?

Ramsay Hunt Syndrome and Functional Neurological Disorder, are not terms that a young 29 year old should be hearing. Tanya Rust’s journey with chronic illness has been a challenging one, but today you will hear not only how she’s learned to cope, but she’ll answer the question…
Does chronic illness add value to our lives?

This song “You Say” by Lauren Daigle has been a very timely source of encouragement for Tanya in these past few weeks, and she wanted to share it with you all, in hopes that it encourages you also.

Ways to connect with Tanya...

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Tanya’s Counselling website: www.trustcounselling.ca

Also find Tanya on our Going Farther resource page CLICK HERE 

More on How Tanya copes:

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