We are Indefatigable!

http://dawnns-fibroblog.blogspot.com/2013/10/we-are-indefatigable.html  Dawn Sdawn@runningwith.org...more

Acceptance While Living with Chronic Pain

After a recent bout with a 1st time muscle related back injury, I have a new appreciation of my everyday, chronic pain. If you've read my whinging about my back, (more here), you know that for me and many others, injury is a different kind of pain. The only positive thing about the injury is that eventually the pain went away. I do still freeze when I get an occasional twinge in the area of the back injury. Truthfully I'm terrified of being immobile again, and therefore totally dependent on others....more

Welcome!!!!

I am so excited that you found your way to my new blog!  If you are just checking me out for the first time and have NO IDEA who I am, please go back and check out both www.lymecentralstation.blogspot.com and www.detoxingthesoul.blogspot.com to get the true beginnings of this Lyme and Life blog. The blogs mentioned above are now going to be combined in the same one and also include various other topics about life in general.  The reason??  I'm glad you asked....more

Learning to Inhabit My Body

I have struggled all my life to be fully present. As a child, I was frequently identified by others as "spacey," "a daydreamer," and "off in her own world." I moved into adulthood as a reader and a writer. I tend to live in my head, ignoring -- or attempting to ignore -- the body. ...more

Is yeast the culprit for chronic pain?

Could A Yeast Overgrowth Be The Cause For Chronic Pain?...more

With Thanksgiving Day 2

“We can be bitter about our shortcomings; or we can be thankful for our blessings.” ~ Unknown...more

My story 'From the start' - Living with Hypermobility Syndrome

Well!! Where to start!!As you'll see from my profile I suffer from Hypermobility Syndrome, also known as Elhers Danlos Syndrome  (type III) in my case - I'll refer to this as HMS/EDS from now on. (Save on the typing!)...more

"Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional." -M. Kathleen Casey

 My illness may have my body, but it will never conquer my soul. - Jennism   ...more

Come to a New Migraine Webinar on Wed. Nov. 16th!

Trish Robichaud, Disability Awareness Coach, Presents a Complementary Webinar “Migraine Sufferers -- How to Turn the Page and Build a Great Life”With special guest expert: Gerry Fryer, MA, ACCPlease click and register here for this evening session....more