>It was a good day

>I finally was more pain-free than not, with the help of Excedrin, so I cleared out the frig and cooked some sausage, mashed some avocado with lemon juice for tomorrow, ate a mango, got the kitchen arranged to my liking, had a lovely chat with my friend John, and talked to the cat. So now I’m reading some more Torchwood fan fiction. Why do I keep doing this to myself? It breaks my heart every time. I wish I’d just get over it sometimes. But not all the stories are sad, some are fun and funny and uplifting. I guess that’s why I keep on. I’ve never been as affected by a tv show as I was by Torchwood, and maybe if I hadn’t discovered fan fiction, I would have just let it go. That’s not what’s happened though. Not sure if I’m sorry or not. LOL

4 thoughts on “>It was a good day

  1. >Yeah but….Firefly had a lot more stories to be told. Russell 'THE ASS' Davies killed Torchwood deliberately. He left only one of the original team alive and well. The least liked one at that. He hates the fans and screws with them on purpose. He is evil, the total opposite of Joss.

  2. >Great to hear about your good day! I have found that a lot of doctors don't really believe in fibromyalgia and they seem to think I was making it up, but the book "Beat Sugar Addiction Now!" is written by a doctor and he knows so much about it. I feel like I learned a lot about my own body just by reading the section on FMS, and it made me annoyed that no one had told me this before. I started reading the book because I thought it was a diet book and would maybe help me lose weight, and if I wasn't carrying around so much weight maybe I would feel better overall and be less achy. But it's actually a whole part on fibromyalgia is in it and I learned a lot about my hypothalamus that I never knew before. The information is good and smart science but not too hard to understand. You need to find help if you have what I have-so much pain it hurts to pull my shirt over my head or bend down to tie my shoes. I had to start wearing ugly crocs just because they were easier to put on and more comfortable, and that is not who I wanted to be-a fat person in unstylish shoes who has trouble getting in and out of the car. I feel like if I can find a doctor who will help me and I can do what it says in this book, I will get a lot better. It is written very convincingly and you can tell he knows what he's talking about. Plus he has a list to help you find doctors that treat FMS and I am ready to get treated and stop feeling like my nerves are exposed every time I move. Here's the website for Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum: http://endfatigue.com/

  3. >Hi. Dr. Teitelbaum is an expert in fibromyalgia, so you know you are getting good information in his book. I haven't read this one, but will check it out. I'm fortunate in having been diagnosed very quickly, and also in not having the severe pain that a lot of people have. I have pain, sometimes more, sometimes less, but the fatigue has been my main symptom. It's the reason I had to quit working. That and the memory issues. I increased my Zoloft 25 mgs two days ago, and the pain is better already. Pain really wears you down. My best advice is the listen to your body, and don't be ashamed to say no when something is more than you can handle at the moment. I hope they figure this whole thing out soon and we can all get our lives back.Thanks for commenting.

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