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My current chronic pain flare has limited my time, energy, ability, and patience. This is how I am getting by without giving up.
Lack of a chronic pain/illness flare recovery time frame leads to frustration, guilt, and depression. Is having one unrealistic? It may not be!
Fibromyalgia stress flares debilitate our mind and body plus disrupt our daily lives. Here’s how to cope with them and reduce occurrences.
You may have noticed in the past few weeks that I haven’t been as active on social media as I am normally. The reason for this is…..
Fibromyalgia is one F word after another! It is felonious, ferocious, freaky, frightening, and so much more!
To this day I struggle with the notion that I need to be awake and working during a particular set of hours. But I am getting better at not allowing this way of thinking to prolong my flares. Because that is exactly what happens when I do fight.
I’m so tired, my tired is tired!
You’d think that after living with multiple chronic illnesses for as long as I have that I would have this waiting game down pat. I’m improving, but boy is it tough!
Do heatwaves or excessive temperatures make your life with fibromyalgia or psoriatic arthritis miserable? It used to stop me in my tracks. Read on to find out how I am winning the battle and living every day, even when it is HOT!
Last Saturday I woke up with what felt like one of the worst colds ever, but as the day went on it got much better which led me to believe I would be okay on Sunday. But nope! I woke up with
Originally this post was going to be called “Living a double life,” but then I realized that I don’t just lead two lives; I live multiple lives. What I mean by this is that my life, when going through a flare, is totally different than when my Psoriatic Arthritis is in remission, and my remissionContinue reading “Living multiple lives.”
It’s been a rough day. I was woken up this morning by intense abdominal, leg, and back muscle spasms. Tears rolled down my cheeks as each wave of spasms squeezed tightly. As the day progressed, their frequency decreased, which allowed me to rest. In addition to this, my stomach feels as though it is filledContinue reading “Time-Out”