What is not seen is thought to be more Able ... this blog is for education of some invisible disabilities & also a chance for the suffers to share their realities.
Wow how great to receive this blog. I have had a flareup this week and instead of my usual one off sleep days, i have had 3 sleep days all in a row, from Sunday I am only now pulling out of a depression that came at me from nowhere and engulfed me completely.... Fortunately my loving husband, who is my best friend and full time carer, did look after me whilst I slept thru the days and nights. He made sure I was awoken for food and drinks and meds... I am thrilled to have got this blog ... Jean
Can I communicate with other FMS sufferers or is this a one off communication ???
Hi Genie if you scoot to the bottom of the page you will see 'Pages' each page is a different Fibro suffer and you can leave comments on any of thier pages at any time and they will repsond to you when they can.There is also a page 'Open Page For Fibro Sufferers To Describe What Their Theory of FMS is' you may email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to have your theory added to this page at any time and share with the fibro community.Thank you for your comments I am glad you like the page.Georgie x
Hey girl Its mia from disabled denied on twitter , love your blog 2 of my closest friends live with fybro myalgia contact me on my email anytime it's on the contact page of my blog disabledaccessdenied.com hang in there girl the world needs strong powerful women
Oh my goodness i love you for making this blog!! I am 17 and have been suffering from fibro for awhile but have just been reluctantly diagnosed in june. I can't sleep and am in constant pain and the doctors won't listen. thank you for the information!!
You can talk to any of the ppl on the blog and ask questions, we all have different types of Fibro and it affects us all in very similar and very different ways. I am so glad you found our site not that I havnt been trying to get it all over the net ;) Thank you so much for you feedback and feel free to ask anything you want even to find out about support grops and make friends with it on places like Twitter xx
Hi Mia, thank you - please feel free to pass blog details onto your friends. We have nicknamed the blog The #PplsSpoonieBlog as its for everyone. Anyone with #Fibro can add to it by emailing me. We all hope that it has a positive impact on ppls lives in helping them or their carers even ppl that have friend with the illness to have a greater understanding. xx
Hi, this is a great idea. I suffer woth FM anf have been publishing my story for the last few weeks http://fibromyalgia-dee.blogspot.com/ and can be contacted on Twitter @fmdee. Keep up the good work and if I can be of any help feel free to ask. It's great to be able to support each other. Stay well. Dee
Amazing Blog twit-sis, you gotta keep this going. So informative but I still wanna hear more from ya. Well done...Brat :-P Love ya really.Rin. xox
Thank You Tarin.This Blog will be kept going, Iv not intentions of stopping it. As soon as new or interesting information surfices it will find its way to the blog.Cant wait to start having Guest Authors and Bloggers Blogging to.I just wanted to help people understand and I really hope that I have managed to do that in a good and positive way.Georgie xx
Thank you for sharing this great information. The links are helpful as well. I have fibromyalgia and it is helpful to know that I am not alone in my struggle... there is help out there. I wanted to share another website that I found very helpful, http://onlineceucredit.com/edu/social-work-ceus-pain. I hope this is helpful for others with fibromyalgia.
Thanku Virginia sorry for long delay fibro has very much had me in its grip for the last few months and I have been unable to visit or work on the site.But I am back for the now, thank you for sharing the link any information is welcome as long as it doesn't lead to a page offering a cure for money as those kind of pages are barred from being accessed from here and will be deleted.You are not alone there are many other people out here with it who understand the daily grind it can place on our lives, the loss of things we can no longer do, the learning of new skills and the agony of not knowing from one day to the next what we will feel like xx Georgie