In 2010, I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, a chronic condition that affects millions of people around the globe. The majority of them are women. As yet, there is no cure.
I had enjoyed a successful career as a natural medicines therapist and teacher, but fibromyalgia forced me to stop working for 2 years, reassess my life and embrace a new normal. I eventually left my old career behind, and retrained in organic horticulture, teaching part time in schools until recently.
My illness taught me so much, and I will share some of my most important insights. Here are a few suggestions for living with fibromyalgia or another life changing illness.
Reassessing My Values
Illness forced me to reassess my values. Health is now my number one priority, before career, relationships, finances and all else.
I’ve developed a habit of asking myself ” Will this be beneficial to my health and…
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F r a u d
*A few clues decide, many doors in your path, you might have teased the first key. Cover your eye with left hand. Ask yourself – Which door should I shake hands?