Whether you are newly diagnosed or have had fibromyalgia for a while, you should have a list of resources that can be helpful to you. I spent some time compiling some as well as creating some. If you know anyone who could benefit from this list, please feel free to share it.
**NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL FIBROMYALGIA ASSOCIATIONS**:
There are many **FACEBOOK PAGES,** but I’ll list the ones I’ve found to be the most helpful:
**FACEBOOK GROUPS** that you may be interested in joining: There are many more than I could list here.
**The 14 BEST fibromyalgia BLOGS of 2016:**
**Help in finding a RHEUMATOLOGIST in the U.S. and other countries here:**
If you have resources you have found helpful, please feel free to share them with me at: firstname.lastname@example.org, as well as in the comments.
We are all on this journey together. None of us need to travel alone. Groups and resources keep us connected and allow us not only to survive, but thrive. We all do better in community. You are not alone.
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