You’re faking it One of the most common stigmas we hear is ‘You’re faking it.’ In some form or another. To get on disability. To
There was a study done here in Canada with 4000 participants that demonstrated in patients with chronic pain, one third of them have comorbid chronic
So things with the vestibular symptoms on top of everything else have limited my functionality and therefore my capacity to distract myself from the pain.
“It is a unfortunate situation where chronic pain patients have to suffer, literally, for a crisis they don’t own. 100 million people in the
What are you thinking about while in pain? Here is a graph…
I have been feeling really out of it lately with these vestibular migraine causing confusion and disorientation. It seems like whatever I try to do
First, when people ask us how we do it… how we get through the pain every single day. Well, the answer is we have to.
Eliminating Opioids for Chronic Pain Unwise? You know I think it is. Eliminating an option because of fear and ignorance is ludicrous and discrimination against
I know it is because I have been just so fatigued lately. But I had that thought I get sometimes when I am in pain.
Having one of those ‘tired of the pain’ days. You know when you think how very endless this battle with chronic pain is. How very
1 in 5 people will develop a mental illness in their lifetime. And you know chronic pain increases those odds. Hell, with fibromyalgia we are
We are coming up on the end of Pain Month. And pain month it was indeed for those of us with chronic pain. But it
To my fans, I love you so much. pic.twitter.com/g2BmmSx02v — xoxo, Gaga (@ladygaga) September 18, 2017 I use the word ‘suffer’ not for pity, or
I am really unwell today. Right now. It is a convergence of pain. A pain tornado. Painordo. It all began with this surge of back