Lake Geneva, Wisconsin (United States)
Scleroderma Stories Issue 2
Please introduce yourself
I just graduated high school, and I am going to be a freshman at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee this year. I’m majoring in acting and sonography. I have a huge family – seven siblings, four of which are married, and six nephews and nieces altogether.
I dedicate most of my time to theater, and I’ve done about 20 productions so far. Other hobbies are playing with my family and hanging out with my friends, but I’m definitely big on productivity, so I like working hard, studying and going through my scripts.
When were you diagnosed with scleroderma?
How did scleroderma affect you growing up?
How does scleroderma affect your life today?
What’s the scariest part about living with scleroderma?
What advice would you give people with scleroderma or other chronic illnesses?
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