Accepting the need for a mobility aid is not an easy thing to do. Listening to asinine opinions from judgmental idiots is worse! I wish they would just do us all a favor and just STFU!
Halloween Disney bounding outfits that are as cute as they are comfortable!
The Disabled Diva’s Product picks for Sept. 9-13 2019
Fibromyalgia is one F word after another! It is felonious, ferocious, freaky, frightening, and so much more!
The pain and fatigue from fibromyalgia does more than inflict pain, it often causes people to give up their careers. Find out if it is possible to continue doing what you do or if it is time to move on.
The body isn’t the only thing fibromyalgia inflicts pain on. Find out the toll it takes on our mental health and what we can do to protect it.
Whether it be from lack of energy, muscle weakness, nerve pain, joint pain, or one of the many other life interfering symptoms, there will come a time when using a mobility aid becomes a necessity.
Respect of friends, family, and everyone in between was one the last things I thought I would lose after my diagnosis of fibromyalgia. Find out why it happened and what can be done to hang on to what you can!
Your body isn’t the only thing to suffer when living with fibromyalgia, your social life will too! Find out why and what can be done to prevent isolation.
Living with fibromyalgia is far from easy. In part two of this seven part series, I share how we pay with pain.
The trouble with doctors and fibromyalgia, from recieving a diagnosis and everything that happens after.
The cost of living with fibromyalgia goes beyond finances. Nothing I read at the time of my diagnosis could have prepared me for the high cost of living with fibromyalgia.
Five ways to reduce chronic pain from fibromyalgia.
Living with chronic pain can be difficult, but with careful planning you can enjoy your life despite your chronic pain!
Meet the mobility aid that is going to make getting of the house out easier than ever before!
Vacations typically provide us with an escape from our normal lives. And even if just for a few days, we are able to forget about our worries and escape from the life that is wearing us down. However, if we are not careful, our escape to Fantasyland could make returning to reality more painful than before. What the heck am I talking about? Read on…….
For the past two and a half years, my body’s ability has been nothing but amazing to me. To think that in 2012 I was unable to sit, stand, or walk for more than 5 minutes without bursting into tears because the pain was so intense or that by doing so I would experience blindingContinue reading “About Last Night”
Everyone likes hearing that they did a good job or that their work made someone else’s life better, right? Sure, but when you have been continuously doubted, made fun of, or shamed because of your chronic illness, accepting a compliment isn’t so easy.
Mother Earth needs to calm the f*ck down! I have had on ongoing migraine since the morning of the first earthquake on July 4th. I experienced relief after it struck, but it returned the following morning. The next period of relief came right after the second one on the evening of the 5th. I woke with a more intense migraine on the 6th and it refuses to leave
20 years of living with chronic pain have taught me that no plan is complete without a backup plan! Today was the perfect example. Wanting to spend the 4th of July at Disneyland but not wanting to exhaust myself with a full day visit, my husband and I decided we’d enjoy 4-5 evening hours thereContinue reading “The Importance of a Backup Plan”