About

Hello, my name is Jason. I’m an adopted child of God, husband, dad, itinerant speaker, business owner, podcast host, and lyme warrior! After many years of suffering from unexplained anxiety, chronic fatigue, chronic headaches, nausea, irritable bowels, insomnia, joint and muscle pain, and worsening upper respiratory issues … I was finally diagnosed with Lyme Disease in 2017. My journey has been a crazy roller coaster ride!

There are three main reasons I started this blog …

Reason #1 … I need a place to vent about what I’m going through with others who are also battling this horrible disease. When you’re battling Lyme Disease and the co-infections that come with it, you often feel extremely alone and misunderstood by family and friends. They usually aren’t the best ones to talk to about it. I really think this blog will be therapeutic for myself and other lyme warriors who read it.

Reason #2 … I want to encourage, inspire, and offer hope to those who are also battling lyme disease! I’m going to share the good, the bad, and the ugly of my battle with this horrible disease. Some of it is embarrassing. Late-stage Lyme isn’t pretty. It often feels like an agonizing crawl through Hell (physically, mentally, emotionally, relationally, etc.)! If you have it, then you know!

Reason #3 … I’m hoping we can help each other. Just as I share my own pain, struggles, frustrations, inspiration, victories, setbacks, etc. … you (the reader) may have something to share that can help me in my own battle. If so, ALWAYS leave a comment!

I encourage you to subscribe, and please share this site with a friend who is battling Lyme and all the fun co-infections that go with it.

I sincerely wish you the best. Always remember …You’re not alone in this and it’s always too soon to give-up!

Battling with you,

Jason

Jason@Narrowtrail.com


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