My courage is visible. My invisible disabilities are not. When you see me, you can’t tell I’m disabled. Here’s what I want you to know about my life with invisible disabilities. This is my sixth time participating in Invisible Disabilities Awareness Week.
Art Therapy for Chronic Pain: Today’s interview is with Allyria. She is a pain patient in Taiwan. Learn she uses art to cope with her chronic pain.
The Flares of Our Lives – Soapy Drama for Pain Awareness: A little humor can go a long way with re-imagined soap operas and facts for Pain Awareness Month.
Severe ME Awareness Day is August 8.
I’m posting for awareness today for my fellow ME patients who are classified as ‘severe’ and ‘very severe’ MECFS patients. Many of them are completely bed bound and haven’t been able to walk, eat, talk, or get out of bed in years.
Costochondritis: Coping with chest wall pain with arthritis and fibromyalgia
What is costochondritis? Why does it happen? How is it diagnosed and treated?
Advocacy Initiatives, A Move, and More for May 2021! Ah, where to start? Today’s post is a personal update post. I rarely take the opportunity to do these types of posts, but we’ve had a lot happening and there’s no better way to update than by telling it like it is! Read on to learn more about my May initiatives – my busiest month by far in 2021.
In honor of May being Fibromyalgia Awareness Month and May 12 as Fibromyalgia Awareness Day, fibromyalgia bloggers reveal their best tips for living your best life with fibromyalgia. This is a collaboration with the Fibromyalgia Blogger Directory Community in honor of World Fibromyalgia Day.
Walking for Ankylosing Spondylitis is challenging for me with fibromyalgia and MECFS to deal with as well. But May is here. Time for change!
As someone who has been living with fibromyalgia officially since 2014 and unofficially for many years before that, I’ve discovered some great tips for living with fibromyalgia. I’d like to share my tips with you today since they have proved to be helpful to patients who are new to fibro and for veteran patients who […]
Throat pain and voice problems with Fibromyalgia is a symptom of severe fibromyalgia that most people don’t talk about or mention. Learn more about fibromyalgia complications here.