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invaluable lessons fibromyalgia taught me

Postby Claire'scomfycorner » Fri Aug 12, 2016 12:40 pm

Good afternoon :-D

Today's blog post is a positive one, it's about invaluable lessons fibromyalgia taught me:
http://clairescomfycorner.com/fibromyal ... ia-taught/

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Re: invaluable lessons fibromyalgia taught me

Postby LindyM66 » Fri Aug 12, 2016 4:25 pm

5 and 7 are absolutely vital I'd say Claire. Each of us need to self love, and self care. We are responsible for health and well-being.
I don't feel guilty saying no anymore, and enjoy taking time out for me. Also, realising that things can wait - it doesn't all have to be done in the one day.

Hope the weather is better with you - it's lousy up here.

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Re: invaluable lessons fibromyalgia taught me

Postby Claire'scomfycorner » Fri Aug 12, 2016 4:29 pm

It took a long time for me to learn to say no but I'm getting better at it now and feel less guilty :-)

The weather here in London is sunny and warm, I hope Lindy that the sun shines for you soon.

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Re: invaluable lessons fibromyalgia taught me

Postby dotty lotty » Sat Aug 13, 2016 8:42 am

I am now beginning to focus on what I can do and get help with the harder tasks. I even made some cakes last week and they were lovely.

I am spreading tasks out despite having the nature that once I have started I have to finish.

Am trying to eat healthier which can only be a good thing.

If we don't take care of ourselves how can we expect others to do it. :teddy-bear:
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Re: invaluable lessons fibromyalgia taught me

Postby Claire'scomfycorner » Sat Aug 13, 2016 8:50 am

Well done :-) I bet that cake tasted amazing! I so need to start eating healthy!

Have a fantastic sunny day :-)

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