Archive for June, 2012

Fibromyalgia Pain is All in Your Head, Part I: Are you getting heard or being written off as a loon?

June 25, 2012  |  Fibromyalgia Defined  |  Share
Fibromyalgia Pain is All in Your Head, Part I: Are you getting heard or being written off as a loon?

Have you ever described your fibromyalgia pain to your doctor only to feel like your doctor didn't believe you? Have you told someone you have fibromyalgia and they didn't believe it was real? Here are a few ways to deal with the frustrating notion that fibromyalgia is all in your head.

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That Silly Little Thing Called “Change”

June 17, 2012  |  Behavior Change  |  Share
That Silly Little Thing Called

No, not the stuff between the sofa cushions. The most controversial, cringe inducing, politically polluted, dirty little 6-letter word in your psychological vocabulary: Change.

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Memory and Concentration: How Your Fibromyalgia Brain Struggles to Think Clearly

June 3, 2012  |  Fibro Fog, Dyscognition  |  Share
Memory and Concentration: How Your Fibromyalgia Brain Struggles to Think Clearly

Cognitive dysfunction in fibromyalgia means, in part, that memory function and attention are compromised. Here's how.

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