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Sat, Mar 9 2:07pm · Fibromyalgia in Chronic Pain

@ parus from sandymom did You say avoid stressful situations? Please tell me how. My parents, my mother had 7 m/c. No rogam @ time I lived w/ blood transfusions upon being born. Mom was in iron lung tb 1950 She had bad heart. Lived to 73. Rickets polio. Took care of her mother brother sister. Married to my dad 60 yrs. They never complained of illness ever. I in pain from 3. Fibromyalgia @ 38. Mom passed suddenly @ 73. Point found out severe anxiety w/ in mom.I to this day have been tested for everything under sun. Intelligent creative etc. but stress. I guess born in me. Found mum was in awful pain. Had no time to think about it. No pills nothing. Homemaker canning iron caregiver etc. church. Stress you say to avoid. How born in me to a point of unbearable pain. Make sense?

Sat, Mar 9 1:25pm · Fibromyalgia in Chronic Pain

@ parus have you heard about Keamine now, mostly for depression? Now trying for fibromyalgia. Found gratitude. Thankful for you today!

Sat, Mar 9 1:03pm · Fibromyalgia in Chronic Pain

Stop & change direction is fine but joining country clubs churches groups in your vicinity that specialize in fibromyalgia etc is just not my thing so having trouble changing direction. Also Raised 3 kids. Had small antique store. Worked in hospital ob/gyn Hospice. Raised a bipolar manic depression husband. Or rather dealt with him being my youngest sons father & believing in him when no one else would. I am no better off than anything. Kind of lost now & in pain. Appreciate your input.

Sat, Mar 9 12:50pm · Fibromyalgia in Chronic Pain

Gratitude, where is this group It says none. Thanks

Sat, Mar 9 12:01pm · Fibromyalgia in Chronic Pain

Excellent! I love this choice !

Sat, Mar 9 12:00pm · Fibromyalgia in Chronic Pain

Parus changing your diet how? Thanks for responding!!

Sat, Mar 9 11:39am · Fibromyalgia in Chronic Pain

That’s cute Janie’s, sometimes just those kind words help the pain. As in “Mom you are 5o right” I remember the day I was 60 ish & people thought I was my 41 yo sons sister. Compliments helped me for the day like that & for my son who knows my struggles as he’s with me at 70 now & im grateful. People say how could you do this to your son keep him home with you all these yrs. aIl don’t keep him he chooses to stay after what life has given me with his father bipolar manic depression and still married but had to give up our home & turn to 2 apts. but as my son understands the live kindness you can give with words you know what I mean we go on forever about this.. take care….