This is our first regular video in almost a month and a half. We've been gone for health reasons, but we didn't really explain why. Well, for this week's TL;DR we're going to talk about Martina's EDS, aka Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, how she lives with Chronic Pain, and what happened over Christmas. But, more importantly, we're going to talk about how Martina copes with living in Chronic Pain, and hopefully you can get a better understanding about us.
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