Hi everyone, I’m Lynne. Welcome to my blog, Fibroflair.
As a busy mum of five teenage boys (my home is also known as Testosterone Central, don’t imagine it’s not pretty!) and one grown up daughter, I know how chaotic life can get. I am also an NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) Practitioner.
I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia in 2014. I experienced random, often debilitating symptoms for five years before diagnosis. Each time I felt worse…I did what I had become accustomed to doing…Pushing through it, until fibro knocked me to the floor.
It seemed like the natural thing was to research and focus on: What symptoms came with fibromyalgia? What symptoms I was experiencing? What symptoms could I have? And last but certainly not least, what symptoms were others experiencing? I didn’t realise I was fueling more of what I didn’t want…symptoms!
‘Where Focus goes energy flows’
Time to focus on what I do want…’I want to feel healthy & happy!’
NLP, Mindfulness & Nutrition have turned my life around giving me back my quality of life. Yes I do still have fibromyalgia but I listen to my body and pace myself…rather than living life at 100mph.
Here at Fibroflair I will be sharing NLP, Mindfulness, and general self- help techniques and tips & nutrition, that I personally use to help significantly ease my fibro symptoms. My aim is to make this blog a positve, insightful & relaxing place to be. Take a look at our ‘about page’ to see how Fibro Flair was born and how I can help you to ease the myriad of daily symptoms I have also created a free booklet, 14 Ways to Improve Your Fibromyalgia Memory Daze, as a gift for stopping by. Please do click the above link to receive your free copy.
Hope you love the blog and find the info really helpful.
I would love your feedback and any tips and techniques you have found help you manage your fibro symptoms, so please do get in touch.
Disclaimer: I am not a medical doctor or involved with the conventional medical profession in any way. I am a qualified Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner, which is considered alternative (holistic) health provision. Therefore, I am not a licensed psychologist. I am living with fibromyalgia and want to share with you the things that have and do help me. Fickle Fibro, is cunning and what helps one person may not help others. If you are worried about implementing any suggestions made here, or have other health concerns, please do consult a medical doctor.
I’m so blessed to have been able to work with this wonderful group of people and this is our NLP Qualification Day!