Be comforted. Be encouraged. Be healed. 

Michelle Marie Hernandez

michelle marie hernandez

Are you weary from struggling with the disappointment and pain that accompany autoimmune conditions? Do you need comfort, healing, and refreshment? If so, you have come to the right place.

My prayer is that you will find hope and healing through the words I share. May you gain wisdom to guide you on your path. And may courage and strength fill you, so you can keep going. 

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Therefore we do not lose heart. Though outwardly we are wasting away, yet inwardly we are being renewed day by day.

2 Corinthians 4:16 (NIV)

Recent Articles on Healing

Look at What God is Doing Now

I had not planned to start my day with art, but I am so glad I did. When I pulled back the curtains covering our farmhouse windows, I saw a beautiful sunrise. As I took in God’s brushstrokes of stunning colors, a desire to paint rose up in me. Negative thoughts came...

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Simpler, Healthier Holiday Fare with Food Allergies

I do not regret the way I ate over the holidays. Guilt about too many calories and too much sugar does not plague me. Instead, I feel satisfied with the simpler, healthier holiday fare I eat now that I have allergies. To read more about how I navigate holiday meals...

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I Got All A’s

I got all A’s: allergies, anxiety, and autoimmune disease. Realizing this gave me a deeper perspective as well as more compassion and humility. These A’s are not the marks of excellence I received in grade school and college. Instead, they signify my body is not...

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Choosing Restaurants on My Food Allergy Journey

Even with food allergies, I still enjoy eating out with family and friends from time to time. A food allergy-friendly menu and a thoughtful waiter made a big difference at a new restaurant I tried one time. You can read more about my experience in the full article on...

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Allergic to a Medicine for Allergies

Have you ever had an allergic reaction to a medicine? I did years ago, and I still remember the experience. I wrote about what happened in my latest article, “My Allergic Reaction to Pseudoephedrine.”

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Ending Up in the Emergency Room After Eating

Over a decade ago, I ended up in the emergency room after eating tilapia. I had eaten this particular fish enough to never suspect an allergy to it. During my food allergy emergency, I learned people can develop new allergies to foods that have not bothered them in...

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Abiding When Cold Fronts Stir Up Allergies

Do weather changes ever trigger allergies that slow you down? I often deal with allergy symptoms following cold fronts in the winter. In "Cold Fronts Can Bring on My Allergy Symptoms," I share how I managed to still study, teach, write, and travel with severe sinus...

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Getting Outside Through Images and Words

Images and words are powerful. Both help me get outside when environmental allergies keep me inside. For example, a scenic drive and a good book enabled me to enjoy a trip to the park with my family even when tree pollen abounded. The full story is available to read...

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What’s Spoiling My Food

Food allergies can make eating tough at times. So can other things like spoiled food, distractions, mistakes, and inclement weather. In my latest article, I share how I experienced all of these challenges in just one week! You can read the full article, "More Than...

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