About This Blogsite

Living with fibromyalgia can be overwhelming, and, at times, it can seem that no one in the world understands what you are going through.  To a certain extent, that is correct.  No one knows what the pain, exhaustion, cognitive issues and other symptoms feel like to you or how living with a chronic, invisible illness has affected you from an emotional standpoint.  There are, however, many other people who live with fibromyalgia and some of us have found ways to live happily while we do everything we can to promote the healing process.

One of the best things you can do for yourself is learn all that you can about fibromyalgia.  Learn more about the recent research on HPA Axis Dysfunction and how chronic stress has been affecting your brain and your body.  Learn about stress management, relaxation techniques, and other methods of achieving emotional wellness.  Learn about respecting your body and its needs.  And find support from other people who live with fibromyalgia.

When I began this blog, I intended to provide alot of that information and support to other people who live with fibromyalgia.  My path has diverged, however, and my writing has taken on a broader scope.  If you are interested in learning more about Healing, Happiness & Self-Realization, I invite you to visit my primary blogsite, Taming The Invisible Dragon™, at http://tamingtheinvisibledragon.com.

I will be using this site to Reblog posts from other writers who inspire me with their commitment to helping heal the planet, one reader at a time.  These posts are guaranteed to always be positive, uplifting, inspirational, and insightful (building blocks for living happily with or without fibromyalgia).  To begin viewing these great posts, click the Home tab above.

If you live with fibromyalgia or love someone who does, I encourage you to visit one or more of these informative and inspirational websites.

www.fibrohaven.com

www.rebuildingwellness.com/blog/

www.fmaware.org

Thank you for stopping by and, please, remember something Norman Vincent Peale once said, “It’s always too early to quit.”

Many blessings and have a glorious day!

Sloan

14 thoughts on “About This Blogsite

  1. I so appreciate your inspiring blog, which has led me to nominate you for the Kreative Blogger Award. Don’t feel obligated to accept, but I wanted you to be aware. Have a nice day! 🙂

  2. Thank you so much for this wonderful blessing! I enjoy reading your posts as well and consider YOU One Beautiful Blogger! With love and light,
    Sloan

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