Brandi is a Navy veteran and work-from-home mom passionate about helping parents living with fibromyalgia better care for themselves and their families. This passion has led to creating her blog, Being Fibro Mom, and becoming a fibromyalgia patient advocate. She uses her personal experience to collaborate with other fibromyalgia community leaders to form the nonprofit organization Support Fibromyalgia Network. Their organization is patient-centered and dedicated to improving patient services, provider education, fibromyalgia-specific research, and fibromyalgia advocacy. Brandi lives in Charleston, South Carolina with her husband and three children. She enjoys reading, watching movies, and visiting the beach with her family.

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Fibromyalgia and the Power of Positive Self-Image

it’s crucial to remember that a positive self-image is not just a luxury but a necessity on your journey towards better well-being. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the importance of cultivating a positive self-image and provide you with actionable tips to help you build and nurture it.

Shine For Fibro

May is Fibromyalgia Awareness, so during the month of May, I’m asking all fibromyalgia fighters, caregivers, medical providers and supporters to shine a purple light. Shining a purple light shows others that we accept fibromyalgia as a real illness, we are not ashamed of it, and we proudly support those living with it.

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Learning to Accept Help

One of the most daunting parts of living with fibromyalgia has been learning to accept help from others. Rather it is help from my spouse, kids, loved ones, friends, or neighbors, it’s taken time to understand that I need help from time to time. I cannot do it all on my own all of the …

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