This year I thought I would try a shorter flight and closer more relaxed vacation to avoid the problems that fibromyalgia presented me with last
There are steps we can take to help us take things more slowly, learn how to say “No” confidently.
You are capable of anything you put your mind to. My mother and I seldom agreed on many things, however, there were two concepts that
I’ve been living with fibromyalgia, chronic migraines, diverticulitis, and recently discovered celiac disease now for over 47 years. I’ve now come to the conclusion my family
Today is a moody day for me, limitations of fibromyalgia have once again distressed me and made me well aware that I am not as
To take the challenge offered by Kiwiontheloose to answer these 11 quick questions intrigued me today. It’s a lazy Saturday afternoon, I’m not traveling, but sitting
Aromatherapy, only one of my tools to help with my bipolar depression. I especially use Frankincense, lavender, and lemon balm in my diffusers to help
Travelling solo with chronic illness has taught me many things, these particular tracks taught me a lot! These tracks are in Rimini, Italy, my third
Flickering flame of emotions that’s what bi-polar does to me How can I possibly stay aflame and light the way It’s been noticed that today
via Daily Prompt: Pretend I feel this is how I live my life every day. I pretend to be normal to the outside world. They
It’s starting to get dark earlier I noticed last night, something I fear is approaching quickly. My demons are lurking just around the corner. I never thought I was afraid of the dark,
Someone at work asked this question in a blog a few weeks ago and it surprises me how many people seem to think that you
Have you ever met or had a friend that was never happy?Have you had those people in your life, that even though they say they are your friends, or husbands, or wives, that say they love you, but always want to improve you?Are you one of those people? Do you catch yourself wanting to change others?
Roller coasters really can take your breath away at times. I do love riding them at the amusement park, but they truly describe how being
What can we, who suffer with these “invisible enemies” of the mind and soul such as bi-polar depression or fibromyalgia or any other illness that gives us pain every day do to overcome these self-defeating behaviors and thoughts? It’s not easy.
Have you felt the darkness creep on you or that it would never end? That you have been deserted by all those you that loved you, that you are alone in the universe, that even God has deserted you?