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Great Lupus Blogs

Blogs & Web Sites of Great Lupus Organizations:

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Check out these new start-up bloggers, off to Great beginnings!

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Lupus Adventurer

Comments on: "Great Lupus Blogs" (23)

  1. Cool-beans! Thanks for having me on the list at!

  2. Greetings. I just started a blog about my experiences with lupus as well. This disease is awful and has completely turned my life upside down. I don’t have any followers yet but if anyone is interested my blog is

    Have a great day everyone!

  3. Hi There

    I am a carer for my wife and more recently this has become full time, she has had Lupus for 30+ years, and I decided to write a blog for carers primarily, but also for lupus warriors to see how their carers could be feeling. We devote so much of our time and love to our warriors that we sometimes forget what it is like to care for ourselves and this blog is to let carers know that what they are feeling is normal.

    My blog is called “Caring for the Lupus Wolf in your home” and can be found on wordpress at the following address;


    Kind Regards

    Eddie Phillips

  4. For a few years, a suffered from debilitating arthritis, an autoimmune disease. I was on many kinds of medications and pain killers but none help eases my pain. It took a few years to study, do research, trials, and experimentation to find a cure for my condition. I discovered that distressing is one way to ease the pain. Yoga, meditation, gentle exercises, substitutions and adapting a healthy lifestyle, I cured my arthritis for good.

    I’ve incorporated highly potent nutritional food that will kick start your self-healing in a matter of days. By adding these to your daily diet, you will immediately feel improvements and changes to your body.

    I’ve written a book to help others to self-heal from all kinds of diseases or illnesses. You can find out more by visiting my website.

  5. Eddie Phillips said:

    Hi There, I am looking to start a lupus blog as I am a full time carer for my wife who has had lupus for 30 years. Do you know of any similar blogs, there are so many out there for sufferers but not about carers of sufferers

  6. I have thought about starting a blog not just about Lupus, but its counter part list of health issues that frequently come along for the joyful ride! I’m not a complete tech dummy, but at the same time not completely tech wavy either! My question is where would I go to start up a blog? I am mostly just wanting to start something to see how others living with lupus and its counterpart issues deal with their daily lives, their suggestions or ideas on better ways of living that might be of help to myself and others, and just a go to place for people to reach out and talk freely without fear of judgement! I know there are many sites on this subject popping up everyday, but I’m willing to try it just to see if maybe I could get one going that might have a twist to it something different! Thanks for any advice, suggestions, and ideas that anyone can give me that might help me start one up that’s a little different from others.

    • BC, I recommend going to for their free blog platform and it helps you set it up. That is what I am using for this blog. I learned to blog using wordpress. Best wishes as you launch yours! LA

  7. jasminekeclipse said:

    I’m honored to be on this list with so many other wonderful bloggers!

    • JE, Thank you so much for your visit and making a comment. Your blog deserves to be recognized and I am glad to help give it more exposure. Have a great day! LA

  8. Mitchell Jr, author of” Prescription for Nutritional Healing,”
    to help prevent future stage 4 lupus pain. Over-pronation of the feet fallen arches + rolling inward of the
    feet, multiplied by the gravitational force and the tensile forces
    from the ground. Repeat with the other leg.

  9. onoodlesstitchcraft said:

    I have nominated you for the Wonderful Team Member Readership award, here is the link to my post

  10. housewifingaround said:

    I just saw that I am on your list. Thanks so much for adding me. My entries are sporadic. I go through phases of clear thinking, energy bursts, and light joints where I write freely. Then I’m quiet…then I have plenty to share. It’s good to know I’m not alone in battling our health.

  11. Thank you so much for such an informative site. It is very well written. I love that the lord has such a big part of your life and blog. Nothing we do gives you such peace as to follow his wisdom…Take care. mlm

  12. wwfd301 said:

    Hey there! I love your blog and thank you for adding the list of other Lupus bloggers. My blog is NOT a “lupus blog” but as someone with lupus, I do blog about it from time to time. I try to make the posts somewhat humorous since Lupus is such a serious disease. If you are interested in adding my blog to your list, the url is Have a great day!!

  13. RDC: Thank you so much for honoring me with a request to be included on my blog roll. I am very pleased to add yours to my recommended reading list of great lupus blogs! The important 10% of patients who are men are very under-represented in social networking conversations! It is so refreshing to see the perspectives of a man with lupus communicated so well through your blogging. Also, I would be extremely honored if you would include me your own blog roll. Thanks for being a wonderful partner in the “lupus adventure” and helping raise lupus awareness. LA

  14. hi.hope you can consider my blog as a worthwhile blog about living with lupus too.

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