Tag Archives: Fibromyalgia

Catching Up

Lately, it’s taking all I can to average one post a week at Chronic Connection.  I don’t know how my fellow bloggers muster up the energy and ability to post daily (or almost).  I’m even having trouble keeping up with reading them all! … Continue reading

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Back To School Prep

The countdown is on!  My son’s school starts back on Thursday, and I’m trying to get the kids, as well as myself back into the groove. Last week we started backing up the kids’ bedtimes, and this week I’m backing … Continue reading

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Living In Chaos

Clutter, messes, disorganization, and just chaos in general, stresses me out and drives me crazy. Before chronic illness became a part of my everyday life, everything had it’s place, I was organized and on top of everything that needed to … Continue reading

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Rainy Pajama Day

It is so dreary, rainy and cold today. I’ve declared a pajama day! It’s the perfect day to stay in our pajamas, watch TV, play video games, read, nap…lol. Okay, the last activity was purely for my own benefit :). … Continue reading

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A Sign Of Hope

“Butterflies are a symbol of metamorphosis. Fibromyalgia gives us the opportunity to change, grow, and become stronger.” ~ Author Unknown This morning, my husband and I sat on our back patio, quietly chatting and enjoying a hot cup of coffee, when … Continue reading

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A Night To Remember

It’s taken me awhile to finish this post, but it’s finally done :).  My husband and I had such a great night out, and I wanted to share part of the experience with you! For my readers who are chronic … Continue reading

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The Liberation Treatment for MS Patients

There is some very exciting news for patients with MS! Saskatchewan’s Premier, Brad Wall, announced yesterday, that Saskatchewan is willing to fund trials of what is being called the liberation treatment for MS.  It is said that Saskatchewan may have … Continue reading

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