August giveaway - Fibromyalgia awareness bracelet #fibromyalgia #bracelet #fibromyalgiabracelet

Fibromyalgia Awareness Bracelet Giveaway

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For the entire month of August, each week (Monday – Wednesday) I am doing a series called, You Have Fibro, Now What This series is in response to the post I did You Think You Have Fibromyalgia, What Should You Do? August’s series will tackle the big questions that arise after being diagnosed with fibromyalgia. To kick off the month’s series, let’s have a giveaway for a fibromyalgia awareness bracelet!

August giveaway - Fibromyalgia awareness bracelet #fibromyalgia #bracelet #fibromyalgiabracelet

I am giving away two Fibromyalgia Awareness bracelets. One in August and another in September.

For this month’s giveaway grab your entries below –

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The You Have Fibro, Now What series will tackle the following topics on these dates:

You have fibromyalgia Now what? #fibromyalgia #chronicillness #chronicpain

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Thank you for entering my giveaway!

Are you hoping to win the fibromyalgia awareness bracelet for yourself or someone else? Tell me in the comments.

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27 thoughts on “Fibromyalgia Awareness Bracelet Giveaway”

    1. Thanks for entering, Rachel! Good luck on winning. Don’t forget to signup for the weekly newsletter and receive fibro news in your email!

    2. Hi looking forward to your series. Newly diagnosed but I suspect I’ve had this for years (misdiagnosed) I did seem to go into remission for a short period, but its back all over again and worse than before. Fighting with all I’ve got! Hoping to win this for myself as a daily reminder to keep fighting! Thank you so much!

  1. I’m hoping to win the bracelet for myself (unfortunately) 🙁 Thank you for the chances to win, and I look forward to following you!

  2. Hiya!
    I found your site thru a Facebook group, what I see so far is awesome and can’t wait to really have a good read and look around. 🙂 I’ve already put it in my favourites/bookmarks so I don’t lose it!
    I would love to win one of the bracelets. Bracelets are my favourite jewelry, purple is always somewhere on my body (including my glasses frames! lol), I have Fibro, and it’s a great way to teach Fibro Awareness. I work with the public and I know people would as about the bracelet!
    Yep, I would really, love to win this beauty bracelet please! 😀

    1. It is a great way to spread awareness and get others to ask questions about it. I have a fibro awareness shirt, and I’ve had others ask/talk about fibromyalgia to me more times than not. Thank you for entering and good luck on winning!

  3. I am hoping to win this bracelet for myself. It is very pretty, and I am really enjoying your page and learning more. I really need to learn more and help my family understand better.

    1. It’s important for our family members to know, but not to overwhelm them. An effective support system is an informative support system. Good luck on winning!

  4. Thanks for doing this series. I think it’ll be a big help to everyone battling fibro etc. I’d like to win the bracelet for myself , I love bracelets & they’re getting to be one of the few types of jewelry I can still wear, along with earrings. My fingers swell too much to wear my wedding rings & necklaces bother me very quickly. I’d love to raise awareness along with wearing an attractive piece of jewelry. Thank for the giveaway also.

    1. You’re welcome for the series and bracelet! I am praying the series helps many others out there with the same questions. My fingers also swell and I am limited to other jewelry, too. Good luck on winning!

  5. I want it for me or my grandma, she’s had fibro for over 20 years and is a BIG help in helping me cope/figure out what works for me

  6. This might sound crazy, but I’d love to win your bracelet as an “anti-shame” strategy. I’m struggling so badly with shame and internalised judgement that I’ve isolated myself to the point that I’ve only told my eldest son about the diagnosis (I have four adult children) and no one else, even though I’ve been unable to work for eight months. I feel like this would be a gentle and self-loving way of “coming out”, if you will. Thankyou kindly for all the work you do; I’m only just beginning to find my way around this diagnosis and your site helps.

    1. I understand your hesitation. It’s difficult to “come clean” to others. Do it at your own pace and let me know if you need to talk or support. Contact me here. Good luck on the giveaway! Check back each month for a new giveaway!

      1. Thankyou so much for your warm response, Brandi, and my apologies for the delay in getting back to you; I just had a week and a half of the most severe fatigue I’ve ever had so far. It’s harsh.

        I’ve emailed you via the contact form, but equally don’t wish to inundate you! I’m very mindful of you taking care of you!

        It’s truly nice to know that someone cares, and *gets it*. Thankyou.

        Warmest wishes to all who are struggling with this horrid illness.

  7. I want to win the bracelet for myself. I would wear it, have people comment on it, then be able to explain Fibro to them.

  8. I no I’m later I just pass by this ask about the Fibromyalgia. I found out last year that I have Fibromyalgia but I’m really mad because for the last couple of years my pain was on a scale of 15 I would be in bed cry take pain medicine that wasn’t doing a thing for me o and I also had back surgery so my doctor would say it come from that. So last year I took my healthcare in my own hand and told my primary doctor I want to find the truth out. Start with your family members first and the rest is history. But I still need help no one can tell me what food we can’t eat I hope you are still read these .

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