Hi! So.. I try to keep the posts on my blog mostly cheerful. I always want my blog to be a place that reflects a sense of hope and healing, where people can come to feel uplifted. But... I also blog to share my truth with people, and to connect. And the truth is that… Continue reading Heat, Fibromyalgia, & Central Sensitivity Syndrome (or, why I can’t handle being hot!).
Hi everyone! I recently heard from a reader who was looking for some suggestions on where to turn next, in terms of finding a medical professional to help him. He said he'd been struggling with central sensitization syndrome for three years now, and had yet to receive any significant help. I thought his advice might… Continue reading How to find help for Central Sensitization
Hi everyone! Today I wanted to share with you this post from my friend Clare over at Jelly-Like Joints. Clare is a science-lover and "bookish crafter" --a book lover who also enjoys arts and crafts. She was born with a genetic condition that affects her connective tissues. This causes her to have hypermobile joints, along… Continue reading When the going gets tough, the tough start researching…
Technically, I suppose it's bad form to brag about how much traffic you've been getting on your blog. However, I feel like it's a little different when a positive message comes with the bragging, so I wanted to share some of my updates with you all. I've come so far from where I was when… Continue reading The thing I was most embarrassed to write about
I wanted to share a really important post with you all this morning, from the author of Chronically Undiagnosed. She's a therapist who is dealing with chronic illness. Recently, she wrote about her experience attending a chronic pain support group that incorporated some of the theories of modern pain science... but did so very badly.… Continue reading Too much of a good thing: when people don’t really *get* pain science