Category Archives: colouring

Fibromyalgia and the ‘crafty’ person: knittin’ , hookin’ and stitchin’ as therapy

  “As I get older, I just prefer to knit”, Tracy Ullman In theĀ Canadian Globe and Mail , Thursday, February 18, 2016, L5, featuringĀ an article by Jane Brody, we read about the benefits of knitting as therapy. In fact, large … Continue reading

Posted in amygdala, betsan corkhill, colouring, creativity and fibromyalgia, Fibromyalgia, Jane Brody, making quilts, mindfulness meditation, Tara Jon Manning | 2 Comments

Fibromyalgia: Strategies to Change the Brain

“One should sympathise with the colour , the beauty, the joy of life” , Oscar Wilde Changing the neural pathways in the brain from ruminating about pain or various other symptoms of fibromyalgia can be achieved through various ways. I … Continue reading

Posted in changing neural pathways in the brain, colouring, colours and chronic pain, Fibromyalgia, sewing and fibromyalgia, Wendy Piersall | 10 Comments