life stages

Coping with Change

Relationships & Arthritis

Arthritis can affect your relationships in many ways. From having to cancel plans with a loved on, to not feeling romantic because of your pain, there are ways you can cope with the impact arthritis may have on your relationships. Read More >>

Caregiving & Arthritis

People with arthritis need to take care of their own health and wellbeing. But if you’re a caregiver to a child or another adult who’s disabled or ill, meeting your own needs in addition to those of the person you’re caring for can be an additional challenge. Read More >>

Arthritis & The Workplace

From workplace ergonomics, to understanding your rights in the workplace as a person living with arthritis, there are many important things to familiarize yourself with when it comes to working with arthritis. Read More >>

Pregnancy, Family Planning & Arthritis

It can be difficult to cope with a pregnancy and family planning while also coping with arthritis. Learn more about the stages of pregnancy and family planning and how your arthritis may impact them. Read More >>

Taking Control

Coping with your diagnosis, your emotions, and changes to your body and energy levels can be a challenge with arthritis. Get tips and information about how to take control of the ups and downs of life. Read More >>


Remission means different things to different people. To some it’s the total absence of symptoms, while other patients might feel their in remission if they only have an occasional flare of joint tenderness or morning stiffness. Read More >>