Wednesday, April 23, 2008

This is the best description yet...

So I stopped by Cinders' site and saw reference to "The Spoon Theory", when I read it, I just had to take that extra spoon and add this story to my blog. It is by far and away the best description of what living with fibromyalgia is like that I have read thus far. Please take the time to read it.

until next time...



Cinders said...

Hi Hobbz
Glad you liked the spoon theory. I've printed it off before now and shown it to people, coz as the site says we dont look sick. well I just look old and hobling!
sorry to read about your shoulder. that sounds really painful. hope you get the physio and get some releif.

Diane J Standiford said...

What a great idea. I am always looking for new ways to explain MS and FMS, it is sooo hard for healthy people to get. Thanks for sharing this.

Hailey Harris said...

I read "The Spoon Theory" from other blogs and it's really nice description, one of the best.

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Jasmine said...

I love love love The Spoon Theory! I've shared it with many friends and family to help explain how I've had to live/plan my life with [invisible] chronic pain.