Sometimes family and friends are not certain how to help the chronically ill handle the holidays. Here's a Letter to Friends to answer that question
Most Read Posts_ Letters to Friends About fibro. We hope that you have learned much about this invisible, painful disorder.
Michele and I are amazed at how fast this first year of blogging has flown by. We hope that you have been enjoying the ride with us
You've never experienced pain? Well, let me tell you about pain
My supplements are based on years of trial and error with the support of a great family doctor who listens & offers alternatives to prescriptions, #opioids
I am a sugarholic. I love sweets and have very little willpower to resist them. If it's there, I want it. #sugar #sugarsubstitutes #chronicpain
It's easy as a church member to become judgmental when someone begins missing church too often. But many times there is good reason for their absence. I'd love for you to read Shona Smith's letter below. I met Shona through a mutual blogger who featured her a few weeks ago. Read Out of Sight, Out … Continue reading “What Happened to your Faith? I seldom see you at Church.”
Once you get your pain managed, volunteering is a way to get out a bit and feel like you are making a contribution to society
fatigue is the second most common symptom for fibromyalgia sufferers. Many times those diagnosed with fibromyalgia will also be diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome.
We all know that we're supposed to drink "8 glasses of water a day". But for one reason or another, most of us are guilty of not doing it. We go around dehydrated and don't even realize it. And our body pays for it, especially the kidneys.