The community of Spoonie bloggers is small, but the community of fibromyalgia bloggers is even smaller; however, thanks to Lee at Fibro Blogger Directory we are able locate, and connect with, other fibro bloggers with a bit more ease.
Fibro Friday is a great place to read various articles about fibromyalgia. The articles range from facts to personal stories. All of the articles and posts are informative and insightful.
Here are some of my favorite posts from last week’s Fibro Friday:
My muscles screamed for these nifty muscle tools for Muscle Release from Hope in Pain. Now I just have to figure out how to use them.
Donna talked about 5 lessons learned living with chronic illness. All of her points are valid and difficult lessons to learn. I had a particular difficult time learning how/when to ask for help.
Chronic Mom teaches us to celebrate the small victories by focusing on the positive accomplishments you did during the day. Even though you may feel like you haven’t done much, you have done more than you realize.
Kristine from A Life Well Red explains the annoyance presence of Restless Leg Syndrome as well as a recipe to help with it’s symptoms in her post In the Grip of RLS Once Again.
Sheree from Fibromyalgia: Meet Your Match tells us how she copes with fibromyalgia without medication as well as a recipe for yummy cauliflower potato sald in her post How I Go Medication-Free With Fibro.
Trigger Point Therapy for Fibromyalgia is an informative post about how to release and loosen those knots of muscle tension. Sue recommends how to focus on these areas and a great tool to use for self-massaging.
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