Tuesday, January 3, 2012
Is anyone else tired of telling people the same story over and over? People forget what I have and ask questions that are ridiculous! If I say my back hurt or I was really tired or I had a bad day and had to just sit of the couch I very often get a "why, what happened?" Come on people i't bad enough I am struggling, can you please make a mental note that I may not look sick, but I am!!!! (update) Doing very well on vitamin D, B12, and 5 htp. Much better than in the last year.i can tell when i forget to take it because i get tired, depressed, and have little interest in anything. I definitely recommend it for anyone not wanting to take prescriptions.
Sunday, January 1, 2012
Holidays are tricky when you have something as unpredictable as fibro. I m aware that I need to take it easy but with the ever growing list of things to do between thanksgiving and the new year it's very hard to keep a pace that will not add any unnecessary stress to my body. I'm blessed to be as mobile as I am. Many are worse off. I appreciate what I have and what I can do. But when my hands hurt cutting out snowflakes or putting together a barbie house I have a lingering worry in the back of my head about how long this will last. Hopefully the new year will bring new education, funding and treatment for all of us. Recently I read the blog of a very happy positive fellow sufferer, and although its great to be positive, just because you can do all "these" things, doesn't mean I can, and because I can do something also doesn't mean someone else should be able to either. Our conditions are relative to ourselves. If you can run a marathon with fibro good for you, but don't tell me I can. Nor do I want to! I can do today what my body will allow me to do and for now that's good enough. Happy new year everybody!!!