When you see the title, “Learning to Manage Your Energy,” your first reaction may be, “What energy?” It’s true that people with fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, or other chronic pain conditions often have precious little energy to work with––which makes learning to manage it even more important.
See if this sounds familiar. You have a rare day when you’re actually feeling pretty good. Wanting to seize the opportunity, you set out to accomplish all those things...Read more
I’m writing this from a hotel room in the beautiful Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tennessee. Teri Robert, MyMigraineConnection expert,... Read more »
Last fall, my body started to tell me that "all work and no workout" was not working. I had so much physical pain from frozen shoulder that... Read more »
With co-pays, deductibles, and bills to pay, it seems like everyone is in a pinch lately. And although medications are effective at... Read more »
Someone in chronic pain may need to see a psychologist because of the huge emotional toll. Depending on the situation, a person in pain may... Read more »