‘I don’t accept I have fibromyalgia’, I heard a lady in our fibro group say.Continue reading “Has Fibro Taken Over Your Life? Part 2 Acceptance”
One of the most challenging things I’ve experienced living with fibromyalgia, was feeling that I lost so many choices in life. My career changed, my social life changed, diet…ok let’s not list everything here…you know the story.
Losing choices and feeling out of control felt just as debilitating as the fatigue and pain itself. But it doesn’t have to be like this…Continue reading “I Have A Choice About Today!”
After 2 ½ hours sleep last night, I can safely say, a bear with a sore head had nothing on me this morning. My alarm broke the silence and my, at last restful sleep, like a siren blasting onto my ear drums. I wanted to hit the snooze button, but I haven’t done that for a long time and what’s an extra ten minutes going to achieve?Continue reading “I Let It Slip.”
Focus On Your Mind-Body Connection.
It is a common belief that the onset of fibromyalgia is due to a combination of conditions, physical or mental trauma being part of those conditions. The way in which we treat our body, for example, exercise, rest, nutrition, is not the only consideration when working to alleviate fibro symptoms. How we treat our minds, what we say to ourselves, how we deal with anxiety, stress and worry is extremely important in the healing process.