Are you ready to take your chronic illness advocacy to a higher level? Learn how to spread your message further with the right help and support.
Support Fibromyalgia recently interviewed me.💜 Hear my views on how fibro patients are treated and what needs to change!
Part of my self-care practice includes recognizing what I have to be thankful for. Join me this November by giving thanks all month long!
The pain scales used in hospitals and doctor’s offices may be a useful tool for people of average health, but they are utterly useless when it comes to conveying the pain experienced by those of us with fibromyalgia.
If I have learned anything in my 20 years of living with multiple chronic illnesses such as psoriatic disease, fibromyalgia, endometriosis, and degenerative disc disease to name a few it is that comfort is a necessity when riding out a flare. Not just flares, but also when prescribed bed rest after an injury or surgery.Continue reading “Bed Rest Just Got Better”
I may be able to lie to myself, but I can’t lie to others. Having fitness accountability partners makes sticking with my exercise goals easier and I am less apt to create excuses for not following through. Check out my new group and join us today!
Did you know that women aren’t the only ones who suffer from fibromyalgia? I will be honest, until a few years ago I never thought of men having this condition. It’s not that I thought men couldn’t have it, but that I didn’t hear of men having it. In fact until a year ago IContinue reading “Men with Fibromyalgia?”
Five ways to keep friends and family informed about your chronic illness. Communication is hard! Memory and cognitive issues make it even harder. Here are five low stress ways to communicate your health issues, your way!