She was conscious that the things she did were the things she had always wanted to do.
I’ve been truly reading Fibromyalgia and Chronic Myofascial Pain: A Survival Manual instead of just referring to bits here and there. It’s not easy reading, as it’s not terribly well-written or edited. There’s lots of good information in it, though, and both authors have Fibromyalgia/Chronic Myofascial Pain. I’ve even been remembering to print out some of the Information for Health Care Providers to take to appointments with me. I’m not sure how often they’re truly being read, but I’m trying.
Is anyone else here using the Wellness Recovery Action Plan described in the book? I’m having trouble getting going on that. I think part of it is related to the same problems I have in getting started with Life Balance software—I’m not good about rewarding myself or scheduling things I enjoy.
Someone posted a link to this
sambear is off running errands and getting shadowkatt back from her stay with her friend C and then my family. I figure she’ll dive in for a net fix as soon as she gets here and I’ll be lucky to get a hug in passing. sambear reports that she’s all bouncy from two days of retail therapy in a row. We still need to go out to find more jeans for her—she only found one pair in two long shopping trips. She actually had much better luck finding jeans when she went thrift-store shopping with isarma, so I suppose we need to hit those stores.
Oh—since two people in one week freaked out to learn that I was taking Xanax on a regular basis, I stopped taking it. I wanted to see if I was addicted or not. I’m still alive and I haven’t had any withdrawal symptoms. I am more anxious, so I guess it was doing something for me.