Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Chiari, Syringomyelia, Ehlers-Danlos and Tethered Cord, Oh my.......

I have been trying to compose my About Me page on my website. It has been difficult to say the least. I have decided to tell MY story on the Welcome page. I am not going to create a fictional Linda Covert who has it all together. I have every condition that is in the title. My tethered cord surgery was done at http://www.thechiariinstitute.com lat May. It put a stop to a lot of aches and pains. I will tell the TRUTH about how successful I am in Network Marketing and how I can assist you with your goals and turning them into a reality. If you are disabled, you are a strong person just to be on the net and reading this blog. I am sure if you have or know someone who has any of these conditions they usually are invisible to observers. Many sufferers try to lead a "normal" life, only to get depressed because they become isolated and weary of being diagnosed by most physicians with "it's all in your head" diagnosis. Visit http://www.chiariconnectioninternational.com/ Facts and Stories, Also A Great support group. Or contact me in www.lindacovert.com

Enter your information and we will talk. It gets pretty lonely behind the computer all day long.
Every single person has a purpose and my purpose is to let you know that you won't be alone on this journey.
Until tomorrow.
Blessings, Linda Covert

I have found my niche and it is in helping the disabled with finding doctors, comforting and yes, earning money from home. I have been with one of the companies for almost 7 years now. I worked diligently from home and created a nice check. After 1 year, I became ill and to this day, I am getting a check from the same company that pays for my house payment and other bills.

The biggest blessing is, the money I earn still comes in if I need to travel to New York for surgery or travel to my daughters house in Mexico.

I encourage you to go to go back to my website and press on My Team tab. Enter your information and I can give you a call and we will talk. No pressure. It is theraputic to get to know people that we would not have met, had it not been for the internet.


  1. just came across your blog, i have a child with most of what you have some more from the ehlers danlos. i run the southflorida ehlers danlos support group and send many people to good genetist, TCI, and other docs as needed, even though it has taken us 6 yrs to get here.I am on facebook as Linda Tupler-Simmons we have a ehlers carepage at carepage.com; girlinchair for the whole story.send me your link on facebook.Linda

  2. Just came across your blog, I have EDS III as does my daughter. I know you haven't posted in a while I just want you to know that reading others experience of the condition is really helpful to feel less isolated. Thank you.