I should be happy because now I know why I’ve been in pain for so many years but, my anxiety has been getting the best of me lately.
I’ve slowly been open about my fibromyalgia. Talking about the fibromyalgia has me talking about the symptoms I’ve been hiding throughout the years. Like I said in my other posts, I didn’t know I had fibromyalgia, I just knew I had all these things going on with me (most I’ve kept to myself). So now when I tell people the brain fog, constant nausea, constant headaches, etc. I have are things that come along with having fibromyalgia, I think they think I’m over exaggerating. Continue reading “Hi, My Name Is Anxiety and I Like To Screw With Your Thoughts”
I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia two weeks ago today. However, I’ve been dealing with chronic pain and the accompanying symptoms that comes with fibromyalgia for about 10 years, without even knowing I had it.
As I go through the what’s and how’s of fibromyalgia, you’ll come to understand why it may take years for someone to finally get diagnosed with it.
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December 22, 2016
“It is therefore with great regret that we must notify you that you have been academically dismissed from the University.”
Here I am a couple of years shy of 30 and I don’t have a college degree, not even an associates. I have a pretty decent job, I’m actually quite surprised where I am considering I don’t have a degree. However, I know I can be in a much better place if I have one.
Last year I was in a bad place, mentally and physically. Was I suicidal? No. But, even though I wasn’t diagnosed, I was battling some form of depression. Continue reading ““It is therefore with great regret that we must notify you…””