What is FieryBones?
FieryBones is a non-profit community that strives to share inspiration and awareness to millions of people suffering from autoimmune forms of arthritis across the world.
Sharing stories help people to be comfortable with their vulnerability, and make their voices heard. Reading stories has a unique power of reassuring, instating a sense of support, and ultimately healing us. We are priveleged to host the life stories of so many inspiring people who carry fire in their bones, and have carved their personal and professional paths while managing an autoimmune illness. These are the FieryBones!
We welcome you to become a part of FieryBones community. Some days are difficult, some days are not. But we know we are in this together.
Story of Wheelchair and Eye
“If I tell you I have travelled 58 countries till date, I am sure you will believe it. But if I tell you that I have visited them all on my wheelchair, will you?"
Listen to the story of Parvinder Chawla (fondly known as "Pammu"). Pammu has traveled to 58 countries across six continents on her wheelchair. FieryBones had the opportunity to interact with this fantastic cheerful lady, and take our readers through her life’s roller coaster ride.
Story of Lori MacLean (R.A.Raw channel)
"Sometimes, people ask me what kind of hacks do you have? I don't have any hacks. I just deal."
Listen to the story of Lori MacLean, a vlogger and public speaker. Learn more about her experience of battling Rheumatoid Arthritis since the age of 2. She discusses with the community about what has RA taught her and how she manages to live life to the fullest despite the hurdles life threw at her.
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Founder of FieryBones
Hi, welcome to FieryBones! I was diagnosed with RA in mid-2017. It's been a hell of a ride so far and RA still keeps surprising me every single day! Although it is manageable now, I am yet to accept the new reality, much to the distress of my doctors. Pre-RA, I was quite an adventure junkie and still look forward to continuing doing them - just a matter of time! I am a closed person who would bottle up emotions, so opening up about RA has not been easy. But I realized this unwanted companion is here to stay and reading stories of other people who are going through a similar or even more challenging roller coaster would help deal with this more fiercely! So a big shout out - to all you strong warriors!