Category Archives: dis-ease

Fibromyalgia, ‘goodism’, self-sacrifice,”giving yourself away”

“Self development is a higher duty than self sacrifice”, Elizabeth Stanton As I read more and more about brain mapping and how to change the pain mappings in my brain I am reminded about how intensely I wrote in my … Continue reading

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The Stigma of Fibromyalgia, a Women’s ‘Condition’

“Being a woman is hard work”, Maya Angelou. There can be little doubt that fibromyalgia has become very prominent as a serious social and personal condition that affects primarily women. In fact, it is said by some that it is … Continue reading

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