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Throughout my youth I was very self-conscious, tentative, and reserved. My insecurities were greatly heightened by the progression of my disease, FOP, but I hid a lot of what I went through from anyone outside of my immediate family. It was too intimidating to imagine opening up about my struggles and sharing my perspectives on life with a rare disease. I haven’t really

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Living with Limitations

What would life be like without any medical obstacles, serious physical limitations, or extra accommodations? I’d live independently. I wouldn’t need help with everyday tasks. I’d be able to easily maintain college classes or work a full-time job. I’d go on unplanned road trips across the United States with my friends. I would travel the world. My best friend is

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23 Years

This list highlights 23 things (lessons, realizations, self reminders, etc.) I’ve learned in 23 years in honor of my birthday on May 25th! I’ve seen other bloggers make posts similar to this and thought it’d be a unique way to acknowledge a birthday. 1. Be honest with yourself and with others. Share your story. 2. People will stare, but it’s

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Hope for a Cure

My family and I used to manage a greeting cards and gifts company to raise awareness for my rare disease, Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva (FOP). My life revolved around planning my new card designs, watching my dad scan, print, and prepare the cards, and helping my mom package and label our products for the various craft fairs we attended each year.

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One Year!

Today (February 21st) marks the one year anniversary of when I published my first blog post! Prior to this day, the most I had ever shared with family and friends was the occasional health update briefly explaining new FOP flare-ups. I’d ask for thoughts and prayers without going into much detail on how my disease was actually affecting my body

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  • My first blog post of the year is dedicated tohellip
    3 days ago by p0sitivity My first blog post of the year is dedicated to everyone who has supported me throughout my life with FOP. ❤️❤️ jasminfloyd.com (link in bio)
  • After seven years of friendship we finally had the opportunityhellip
    7 days ago by p0sitivity After seven years of friendship, we finally had the opportunity to experience California together last month! It was such an honor to be able to share my FOP family with my bff ❤️
  • It is the places where your pain hides that needhellip
    2 weeks ago by p0sitivity “It is the places where your pain hides that need your love the most.” ✨ - @cleowade 
  • Already planning road trips together months in advance  missedhellip
    2 weeks ago by p0sitivity Already planning road trips together months in advance ‍♂️ missed my best friend ❤️
  • Spending this blizzardy day looking through pics from my triphellip
    3 weeks ago by p0sitivity Spending this blizzardy day looking through pics from my trip to CA last month - already excited for the next adventures ❤️  #twomonths  : @carolraleigh 
  • Too cute to move
    3 weeks ago by p0sitivity Too cute to move ‍♀️
  • Im extremely grateful to be surrounded by so many incrediblehellip
    3 weeks ago by p0sitivity I’m extremely grateful to be surrounded by so many incredible friends, family, and supporters. You’ve all given me hope, encouragement, strength, and courage to make it through each day. After a really difficult year with FOP, I’m so ready for new adventures and even more amazing memories. ❤❤❤  #2017 
  • Spending time back home in Wisconsin always reminds me ofhellip
    4 weeks ago by p0sitivity Spending time back home in Wisconsin always reminds me of my childhood self ❤️  #tbt 
  • When its 0F but feels like 22F anything is consideredhellip
    4 weeks ago by p0sitivity When it’s 0°F but “feels like” -22°F, anything is considered warmer ‍♀️☃️
  • Merry Christmas from my Midwest fam
    4 weeks ago by p0sitivity Merry Christmas from my Midwest fam ❤️

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