chronic conditions

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For those of you that are going through this, first and foremost, I am here for you.
I do everything I can to encourage my husband to go out and be social but understandably, it's hard for him. He sees his
Face it. Put your brave intentions somewhere you will see them often. Maybe a mirror or the fridge so it's staring you in
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These types of yearly emergency visits have become the norm over the past eight years. (My husband and I actually have a
We can literally think more pain into reality. "What you think about your pain and how you anticipate pain in the future
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Feeling super sensitive? One cool thing about Fibromyalgia is that once diagnosed, you're officially part Superhero! Part
What are your tips for a successful sleep? I would love to see them shared in the comments below. Keep it cold I'm talking
To keep loose, Marshall goes to a massage therapist every two weeks. Even though he feels worse initially, the warrior in
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When physicians help patients come to the profound revelation that childhood adversity plays a role in the chronic illnesses they face now, they help them to heal physically and emotionally at last.
I gave up tennis. I wouldn't give up fishing. And I do a lot of fishing, I'm a Flycaster. I have all kinds of gadgets I use
You can find Priya's full piece on Model Behaviors here. Before I truly understood her pain, I would get bothered when she
So one year ago, when my husband brought up becoming vegan (even though my body involuntarily recoiled in horror), I knew
Involve other family members in the conversation. Your partner will be happy to know they have a team of warriors supporting
Do keep your loved one surrounded by heating pads and cool packs. Here is my list of 10 Do's and Don'ts When Someone You
Still to come and next up: Me vs. Fibromyalgia: Part 4 -- Flare Up, Now What?? Disclaimer: I am not a doctor. All information
If you aren't getting the results you're looking for, I encourage you to keep fighting. Keep looking, keep an open mind and don't compromise. If you know you can do more, do it. This condition can be managed and you can live a better life.