This is one of those 'What was that?' posts - a series on 'what the crap is going on?' and it contains affiliate links* Dear friend, How have you been? I've let life get in the way of my blogging again. Sometimes, you know, when I cannot cope and my mood is low,
“You have enemies? Good. That means you’ve stood up for something, sometime in your life” –Winston Churchill I hesitated for a long while to write this post. I really really wanted to, but the truth is that I was ashamed. I have always been embarrassed to say that I was bullied.
There are so many pains that come with fibromyalgia, pun unintended. We are familiar with many of them and in my support groups we talk about them. Think migraines, crippling fatigue, cognitive difficulties, irritable bowel syndrome, jaw pain, dizzy spells, depression and anxiety and the list goes on. I never really associated post
I write this with a heavy heart. It’s a difficult time of year for me. But I know I’m not alone. Every year many people suffer from depression during the holidays. It can affect anyone but moreso those who are vulnerable to depression. It can be a tough time if loved ones have been