Let’s Play a Game

Let’s Play a Game
Through the Fog by Robin Dix I know how easy it is to get down in the dumps with fibromyalgia and all that we deal with every day. I'd like to share something with you that's a different spin on having an attitude of gratitude. Give it a try. Its called "unfortunately/fortunately." I believe it will train your brain away from the negative to more positive thoughts. Here we go: Unfortunately, I have this horrible disease called fibro, but fortunately, I've found some amazing people who can act as a sounding board and give compassionate support. Unfortunately, I can't take pain meds during the day because they cause side effects I hate, but fortunately, I have them available for when I'm experiencing a really bad day. Unfortunately, my fibro makes me feel like I'm 90 years old, but fortunately, it's also helped me be more empathetic toward other people with chronic pain, as well as more patient in general. Unfortunately, my fatigue prevents me from thinking clearly, but fortunately, I'm able to take a nap when I need to. Unfortunately, I'm no longer able to take long walks, but fortunately, I'm able to walk into the next room. Unfortunately, I'm no longer able to drive due to my physical limitatio
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