Why the End of Quarantine Can be an Insurmountable Challenge For Some

Bound and determined, I harnessed up the dogs, attached them to their double leash and set out for our walk. It was so beautiful yesterday and I was feeling good, so I decided to attempt the walk alone. How hard could it really be? I made it about 1/5th of our normal route, but our […]

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15 Ways You Can Advocate for Better Health Care

You hire a contractor to paint your house and expect he will paint it red-because that’s what you said. Instead, he paints it blue because he knows better. After all, it is his profession, not yours and theoretically, he does know more about paint. Would you pay him? If you just said yes, I may […]

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HOPE DESPITE CORONAVIRUS POSITIVE NEWS POST #4

Hi everyone!! I hope it’s not as gray and gloomy where you are. The constant rain and gray don’t help my mood much. The beginning of the week was so beautiful, we actually got out into the gardens and got the gazebo up. Which was awesome. I couldn’t help but to think how just last […]

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Hope Despite Coronavirus Positive News Post #2

Despite living in constant pain, one of our own Fibro Fighters, Cheryl, with the help of her Husband, managed to sew and have delivered, 90+ face masks and a surgical mask to the local ICU.

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Coming Full Circle With My Crazy Corona Mind

I haven’t written for a bit. To be honest, I have been entirely too caught up in my own mind to do so. Since I began writing, my goal has always been not to rant or ramble about my own struggles, but instead, to write about the lessons I’ve learned from them. In the last […]

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Do You Get Brain Fog?

I’d like to do a “compilation” Blog Post and was wondering if you would please be willing to help?  It’s only three questions: Do you get “brain”fog? If so, can you describe it? What, if anything, helps you better manage it? I *really appreciate your input!! ️Stace

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