I know those of you reading this blog who do not have Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome yourself might have a hard time really understanding what it is all about. Sure, I have provided some information about my daughter, and some links to sites that explain it from a medical aspect. However, it's just not the same as hearing first hand how it effects adults. I am on a lot of mailing lists where I hear daily about the ups and downs that EDS can bring, and they provide me with a lot of insight as to what to expect with my daughter. But that doesn't help you - a person reading this with no prior knowledge about EDS.
Tonight I've been surfing around reading blogs that other people with EDS have written. I am going to post what is currently my very favorite one. I hope you will take the time to read it because it is really insightful as to how EDS can effect your life, and it's done in a very interesting and honest way. Not to mention the great humor that is speckled throughout.
So, I'm pleased to send you to read "Girl, Dislocated" - I hope it teaches you a little more about life with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.