This is a review for FibroCane. They offered me two products to try for a review. I have been given this product as part of
I’m going to tell you a story to express my point where I learned a thing called ‘push through the pain‘. We all do it.
There are a few reasons why people with chronic pain wear a facade of wellbeing or mask their pain from others. Some of those reasons
Self-care is vital to living well with chronic illness. And I suck at it. Instead, I push myself. I crash. I push myself. I crash.
I was thinking about my self-worth and my self-care. I am told both are not so great. However, I have been in this pain game
Yes along the way my illness has taught me many things but it has definitely taught me that it sucks. It has taught me subtle
I love this image. Just makes me think about the reality of chronic pain and what we actually choose to express about chronic pain. Keep
“The Power of Vulnerability” video This is a lecture about connection. Because people connect. She discovered that when she discussed connection people had stories about
The more extreme physical chronic illnesses can make dating seem unrealistic or especially difficult, causing people like Pierce to think, “don’t even tempt me.” One
I remember when I was younger and had Fibromyalgia and episodic migraines I thought very differently about my illness than I do now. I remember
So what are some of the things I have heard from people. The general people I have encountered in life about chronic illness “You are
WEGO 30 posts in 30 days: Patients, what advice or tips do you have for caregivers out there professional or otherwise! A real
Clinical psychiatry news The research suggests that Visual Snow isn’t a persistent migraine aura, but rather a rare disease in of its own. Symptoms: Results
One of my blogger buddies No extended warrant set up this list as her health reality check and I think that is an awesome idea. Gives