Get Off Your Arse and Just Do It!

Here is a list of things you can do RIGHT NOW to help change the circumstances Lyme victims are in, and change us to be on our way to being Lyme survivors!

Worldwide Protest Facebook Page  Go visit this page, “like” it and then in the right hand column, “like” each country’s Facebook page.

Check your country, state or Province  Go visit this site and see where action is taking place and see if there is any way you can help, whether it’s showing up at a protest, helping make phone calls, or whatever. There will be something you can do to help, even if it is just sharing information on Facebook and other social networking sites.

Sign these petitions now!  The more signatures the better. Please stop by each one and sign!

Start ordering brochures for the protests ot to hand out at any Lyme awareness events.  If you know of other good Lyme brochures please post them in the comments below for people to see.

Share this post If you are too sick to be able to do anything else, you can just click share on Twitter, Google or Facebook. That will be just as a big of help as any of the other things listed. Thank you for helping end Lyme ignorance.

If you have anymore suggestions please post them in the comment section below. Thank you!





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2 thoughts on “Get Off Your Arse and Just Do It!”

  1. From Janet DeCesare:
    Trying to stay focused, reading my Daily Bread, the Bible trying to cheer others onward who are fighting this disease. If you cannot participate in events pertaining to Lyme disease and raising awareness for it, you can at least give encouragement. Keep your eyes on the Lord for his strength and help. I become very emotional over Lyme disease when I feel that I need to defend this disease in skeptical eyes. I have a RIGHT and you have a RIGHT to stand your ground and speak up for myself and yourselves, while many can’t or are afraid to speak up, I have and will continue to speak up about Lyme disease. When I go out to book signings, lectures I always hand out brochures from the LDA, I have posters I set up whereever I am, I share my story with people. I’m tired to of always being shoved under the carpet for having a disease that I never asked for, I understand that feeling. But the more people we can get involved in this battle for our RIGHTS and MEDICAL treatment, the better chance we will all have for a healthier future.

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