Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by jasminetee, Dec 13, 2008.

  1. jasminetee

    jasminetee Member

    Hi thanks for your support in Sue's thread. You make a great point that life isn't a Chess game although mine sure feels like one sometimes. That analogy works well for me as I like to play Chess alot. You're right that decisions we make could turn out either good or bad and we can't tell ahead of time. I appreciate you reaching out to me and helping me see things in a better light.

  2. sunnyslumber

    sunnyslumber New Member

    Hi thanks to you. It makes me glad that my message helped someone, even if a little. I hope it brought a smile to your face. My natural tendancy is to think like that too, make the right moves and you "win" (don't have CFS), make the wrong ones and you lose (for me, die). I always want everything to be in black and white like that, so I have certainty... for me it's as if even bad certainty is better than none at all. I have to remind myself all the time it's not as simple as that analogy.