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In early December I will self publish my first novel.
I’m still quite busy preparing for that, though it’s a pretty small affair.
I’ve been thinking about it. The whole thing. First, I didn’t think it would actually happen with all the health and life challenges. I mean, I was writing things and then forgetting what I’d written thanks to fibrofog. I know people say ‘sure that happens to everyone’ but this is different. I couldn’t remember words I used often, I got confused and then I found it hard to concentrate on top of all the pain and exhaustion. View full article »
I wrote this post and published it with no content but then I thought I should explain one thing.
Some of you may be wondering what publishing my first novel has to do with fibromyalgia and depression and the whole she bang.
Well, everything. View full article »
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This is a quick post, but today I was thinking of the various kinds of pain we have with fibromyalgia.
I was thinking on it partly because I was experiencing two different kinds of pain across my body! I thought it might be useful to highlight these as well as what works and doesn’t work for me as remedies. Remember I am not a doctor, and these are simply my experiences, not meant to override what your health professional has advised (see disclaimer below on main page). View full article »
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I swear I have healthy teeth. I try my best with them. Most of the time.
So I shouldn’t be feeling like my teeth are about to fall out due to the excruciating pain I’m having in my jaw. I can literally feel individual teeth throbbing from the pain at their roots. I’m reeling from pain in my jawline and cheekbones too.
Bloody fibromyalgia again.
Won’t you please give us a break sometime?
My friend always says it’s bad enough that we have to deal with fibromyalgia and skeptics, but to have all these varying symptoms that impact on our daily living, just feels like damn punishment.
Sorry, rant over.