Back in the day, they called it growing pains. Well, I had enough growing pains to be ten feet tall. But there was never any evidence of a problem, just pain after exertion. Several times during the 5th and 6th grade, I had excruciating chest pain. This pain took my breath away and felt like I… Continue reading Growing Pains ~ Fibromyalgia?
Mother’s Day Gift Ideas for Your Fibro Mom With Mother’s Day approaching, I thought I would write a post about what you could get for your Fibro Warrior Mom. Then the Chronic Mom posted this and I figure … My work is done. Shelley hit the nail on the head with her post so since… Continue reading Fibromyalgia Awareness & Mother’s Day
May 12 is Fibromyalgia Awareness Day. Fibromyalgia is an invisible disease meaning that to look at me, you wouldn’t know that I am sick. Presently doctors do not know the cause, therefore, they are only able to treat the symptoms and that not well. Some doctors don’t even think it is a disease. Some say you… Continue reading Fibromyalgia Awareness Post #3
I kept asking God “Why are you taking everything I love away from me?” …
Don’t eat wheat.
Don’t eat Potatoes.
It makes you wonder, “What can I eat?”
OK. I admit it! … I am a sugar-holic. I love sweets and I have very little willpower to resist them. If it’s there, I want it. I’m doing some better but it is still a challenge. To be honest, I have yet to have a doctor tell me to eat more healthy or tell me… Continue reading No Sugar Tonight
It’s hard to swallow; but we are what we eat. We really don’t want to admit that all the snacks and goodies we ingest are hurting us.
I haven’t tried yoga for my fibromyalgia, so I’ve asked a friend to give us some insight. Katarina has some great pointers for us here ….
“This is a sponsored post. I have been compensated through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. All opinions remain my own and I was in no way influenced by the company.” “I forgot to take my Meds!” “Honey, did I take my medicine?” “How long has it been since I took some ….?” Have you heard or said… Continue reading Pill Drill: Never Forget Your Medicine Again
everyone can do a 5-minute walk, but no, I can’t.