One of the most important parts of treating fibromyalgia is ensuring a healthy fibro diet.To help with finding good recipes for
As of May 2016, I am a monthly contributing writer at The Fibromyalgia Magazine. My articles printed in the magazine are reserved to a four week exclusive to the magazine after which I am able to publish here.
Fibro Fridays LIVE!
Each Friday we will have a live video feed on our Facebook page (click here) to address questions, comments, concerns and suggestions that we receive each week. Topics include parenting, treatments, books, products, and more about fibromyalgia. Join us each Friday at noon EST on our Facebook page! To submit a topic for discussion, click here.
Foods can have positive and negative effects on the fibro body. Here are some recipes that are good for fibromyalgia.
One of my favorite ways to rest is by curling up with a good book. Like movies and music, all genres appeal to me, and I give all my books a shot. There are a few ways I find new books to read: Goodreads, my two book clubs, friends’ recommendations, and browsing the internet. My favorite author is Greg Iles, and the books I am most interested in reading are nonfiction books about the Holocaust.
Fibro Parenting is the name I give to fibromyalgia thrivers who are also parents. It’s difficult thriving our illness, and it can be a bit tricky as a thriver and parent. In response to this, my husband and I are exploring the field of “fibro parenting”, and putting together resources to help fibromyalgia thrivers be the best parents they can be. Join the discussion in our Facebook group, read some articles, and more!