5 Surprising Drug-Free Ways To Fight Chronic Pain

5 Surprising Drug-Free Ways To Fight Chronic Pain

http://www.everydayhealth.com/pain-management-pictures/surprising-drug-free-ways-to-fight-pain.aspx?xid=aol_rss#/slide-1

*I do not buy into 9/4’s of this, but decided to share it anyway. The last time I checked, the only real help was having a pet. I’ve got a few months of rough terrain to go before I can bring a couple of balls of fluff home. In the meantime, I simply refuse to age like most of the people in these photos. Why do they always make it seem like the only people that suffer from chronic pain are over 45?! I hate that kind of “advertising”. It’s completely bogus.* 

100 symptoms of Fibromyalgia

For everyone who makes it sound like Fibromyalgia will get better or simply go away. Nice try. Making a photocopy of this for future reference.

On the Border Between Prayer & Madness

On the Border Between Prayer & Madness

I’m trying not to go completely insane right now. If you don’t see me post for a week or so, you’ll know prayer was not enough.

Bad Day Inspiration

Bad Day Inspiration

This is an amazing song. I’m coming off a bad week and having a lousy day (toothaches are some of the worst pain EVER!), but this gives me hope that as I continue to “Live And Let God”, things will start clicking into place in the right ways. I’m not going down without an epic fight!!

This Is A Painful Reality

This Is A Painful Reality

This video is NSFW or children. I’d never seen it before, but I love this song and I think it’s incredibly honest and heartfelt.

Must Every Day …

Must Every Day Be So Hard?!

“Maybe the truth was, it shouldn’t be so easy to be amazing. Then everything would be. It’s the things you fight for and struggle with before earning that have the greatest worth. When something’s difficult to come by, you’ll do that much more to make sure it’s even harder–if not impossible–to lose.”  ―Sarah Dessen, Along for the Ride