Things you/ I learned in 2005....

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by Kacjac, Jan 1, 2006.

  1. Kacjac

    Kacjac New Member

    1. To stay away from toxic people
    2. That seeing a therapist can be a good thing
    3. If at first you don't succeed try, try again....( another diet, another day)
    4. You can't change people, but you can change how you react to them
    5. Take one day at a time, and be the best that you can be
    6. If you choose to dwell on the past, then it still controls you
    7. Eating healthy feels good
    8. Massage therapy feels good
    9. Stay with your support group (they understand)
    10. last but not least...Let Go and let God!

    *What about you all?......pls share.....
  2. victoria

    victoria New Member


    even if one hasn't experienced it directly...

    bumping up!
  3. Kacjac

    Kacjac New Member

    Bumping up.....
  4. rockgor

    rockgor Well-Known Member

    SINCE I retired and don't have group coverage anymore, that I can't afford my medication. Who would have expected that a few pills would add up to ten-twelve thousand dollars per year.
  5. Dee50

    Dee50 New Member

    I've learned that I'm getting old!!lol
    Dee50
  6. bpmwriter

    bpmwriter New Member


    that i need to be the cheerleader for my own recovery. i need to do the research. i need to make the connections between what works and what doesn't and the reasons why. no doctor is as interested in my feeling better as i am, even the best of them.

    e.
  7. kjfms

    kjfms Member

    What a great list of things you have learned, I wish I was as lucky! I will have to give this some thought.

    Your cybersis,

    Karen
  8. Kacjac

    Kacjac New Member

    Good advice Wakemeup, You made me laugh Dee, Good for you e.
    Hey, Cybersis, I'm still waiting on your list :)
  9. Shannonsparkles

    Shannonsparkles New Member

    To never take 'no' for an answer. If a doc says there is no hope, get another doc.

    That I can do anything. Not physically anyway, but I'm feeling more in control of my life and not helpless like I used to feel.

    Feel proud of yourself. Surround yourself with positive people who value you. Have fun. :)

    Get support. This site is good, for starters. Also, friends, church, family, naturopaths & alternative practitioners, doctors, counselling. Get a good team around yourself so that you will never be alone when you need help.

    Try something new. Who knows, it may work!

    Take a 'mental vacation' from it all - read a book!

    Good thread :) ((((hugs))) Shannon