All joking aside, my doctor is awesome. She does listen and does everything possible for me. I have had horrible doctors in the past, so
I have been thinking a lot about the unpredictability of chronic illness. But we can’t change the fact that life and illness and pain changes.
It isn’t easy making health related New Year’s resolutions. I always think of ones I Want but are Impossible. And frankly I don’t like to
Two bonus ones! (Because they wouldn’t fit on here so BONUS MATERIAL! And one alternate at the end there.) ‘You are now thin so
We all know lifestyle changes are a fact of life with chronic illness and chronic pain. Just the way it is. And we all do
I am not saying exercise is torture, but it resembles it in ways that are remarkably close. Especially with chronic pain and illness. I know
In light of my massive flare week here is That’s a Flare. In infamous fibromyalgia Flare. From weather to lack of sleep… that’s a flare.
What triggers a Flare
To honor Migraine Awareness month todays Chronic Pain Manual is on how to know if you have migraines.
Self-worth, all joking aside, is an important topic. I joke but my self-worth tanked over years and years of struggling with pain. Struggling with productivity.