For those of us who were diagnosed with fibromyalgia during that time when doctors knew little of it and said things like, “it’s all in your head,” or ‘just be thankful you’re not dying of cancer” like that New York City doctor once said to me, this will be reminiscent of those dark periods of when we were prescribed antidepressants and daily exercise and sent on our way.
If you’re after a clean, pain fighting dish with lots of health benefits, this is for you.
Sometimes we meet pain on the path of life, and sometimes, in a way, pain becomes the path, but it is never the totality of who we are– Sarah Ann Shockley
I’ve so far tried Fatigue No More for two weeks and I’m feeling very positive about it.
You will get tired of being sick. That’s ok. Totally ok. Own it. Take time. Rest. And get back to work.
I always say pain changes you. I am not the person I was yesterday, and tomorrow I will not be the person I am today. It’s moulding me into a better, stronger me.
…every day I decide to live, another person, someone, chooses to die. Their struggle is my struggle, but they have now gone while I still have a chance…
For two years Louise knew that something wasn’t quite right. And the day she was diagnosed with aggressive rheumatoid arthritis she seized the opportunity to shake her life up and set things straight so she could live the life she was meant to.
When Melissa Reynolds’ life went upside-down with chronic illness, she decided to fight. Nevermind her doctors wouldn’t help, she’d do whatever it took to get her life back.
Sheryl has stared death in the face. She has had to reframe her life on account of pain. But neither have been able to stop her from living in hope. Not then. Not now.