Imagine if Santa had fibromyalgia. No seriously. Just try to imagine it. What would happen? Here’s my conservative guess: ● The presents would more than…View More Christmas with the Invisible F
Fibromyalgia continues to baffle doctors and researchers, and we the sufferers are still discovering more about it as we live it daily. As research into…View More Ten Things that help Fibromyalgia
It was a most intriguing conversation among friends, and at the heart of it, an equally intriguing question – can you pretend yourself better? We…View More Pretending Yourself Better
It is a battle living a normal life with fibromyalgia. And the battle is made no easier by those telling me my condition is imaginary.View More When it’s all in the Head…
As I stepped off the bus, with little warning, a storm of hail rained down on me. It was sudden and heavy, like someone had…View More Battling the Flu with Fibromyalgia
Living with fibromyalgia can often make life feel pointless.
So many of us have to find, or realise the things that give our individual lives meaning.
Walking has never felt so comfortable, and I assure you I’ve spent loads of money on padded ‘comfort’ shoes before, but they pale into insignificance next to these insoles.View More The Wonders of Insoles