Easter pals #Depression #ChronicPain #degenerative disc disease#Migraines #Arthritis
Halfway done hope they are done in time
Hi all. As my pain seems to be getting worse, especially in my mid and lower back, I am wondering if any of you have found crutches helpful? I have a walking stick, which I so use but find it causes muscle tension on the side I use it. Not quite ready ro go full time with a wheelchair ( though I do use it on days out etc) thanks all x #Fibromyalgia #degenerative disc disease #mobility
Thought my fibro friends might like a dose of omg look at that fuzzball! Lol. He is spectacular. I call him Big Boy Roy and he is the sweetest rescue. Now the weather is beginning to cool, he is my real live heating pad.😉 Smile! Roy loves you. 😁 #Fibromyalgia #degenerative disc disease #Arthritis #hashimotos Thyroiditis #Depression
I have lived with Fibro for a long time, but the past week or so, I think I'm dying. The pain is beyond. I have no words. I don't care about much. I want to go to hospital because I think I'm dying . For reals. I have never felt this bad. Anyone out there relate? #fibromyalgia #Diabetes #myalgia rheumatic
#degenerative lower spine.
Do I expect too much? Is it wrong for me to want to be believed and respected? What will
It take for him to “help” and to treat me as his equal even tho most of the time I myself don’t feel equal? Living with these issues really sucks! #Fibromyalgia #sick of being sick #degenerative disc #surgeries #Depression #hormonal issues
Heard on a art programme, "You have to learn to accept failure to get to the interesting". It resonated as I'm trying to leave behind my all or nothing upbringing and accept its okay not to have it together - trying and failing is part of the process.
Trying to boost my mood by saying out loud "youre doing really well" whenever I tense up/block my feelings by numbing. It felt unnatural but now its slowly helping me unlock my energy. Sometimes Im even starting to automatically self correct when a negative thought or energy arises multiple times a day. Still a long way to go but starting to engage with daily life again.
Just watched the movie "Edie" starring Sheila Hancock who portrayed a woman her age fulfilling her dream. Making the film 83yr old Sheila actually climbed a peak in Scotland. It got me thinking about the mountains we all climb every day just as difficult and complex just living our lives. It doesn't matter what they are but every step we take in the direction of our goals is a massive achievement and we need to take a moment to acknowledge ourselves for every little thing we do.