I've been struggling with chronic pain for nearly 10 years. One of the good things about that is connecting with so many wonderful chronic pain warriors. We have such a wonderful support community online. One of those places is the Diamonds Conference where I met Paula Short. Come read my interview with Paula.
I recently met Alexandra through the Fibro Bloggers Directory. She has only recently been diagnosed with fibro; however, when you hear her story you will see that she has been suffering for quite some time. NOTE: It's Legacy Link-up time. Once your finish reading the interview, be sure to link-up your own uplifting post this … Continue reading Is Chronic Pain Stopping you from an Abundant Life
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I met Carrie through a mutual fibro group. When we chatted, she shared that she lives in Taiwan away from her family in Canada. My family lives all over the States but I can't imagine being a continent away from my family. Continue below for Carrie's story about her own journey of coping with pain. … Continue reading Finding New Creative Projects for Coping with Pain
Interviews with Chronic Pain Warriors #4 I know! It’s strange to write these words "light and momentary" when talking about chronic pain. I have been in an R.A. flair most of the past year and now facing some heart issues. I sometimes wonder just how much more I can take. Not that I want to … Continue reading When You Don’t See the Light at the End of the Tunnel
This Tuesday, May 12 is Fibromyalgia Awareness day. I thought it would be appropriate to share another encouraging post of how chronic warriors hang on to their faith to get through the worst of days. I was greatly encouraged to hear Olivia Wolfertz story about her struggle with Lyme Disease. What an incredibly strong women … Continue reading Chronic Pain Can Be a Powerful Opportunity
Interviews with Chronic Pain Warriors I know! It’s strange to write these words [light and momentary] when talking about chronic pain. I have been in an R.A. flair most of the last year and have arrived at the place where I wonder just how much more I can take. Not that I want to end … Continue reading This Light and Momentary Pain