Thom Byxbe *guest blog*

INTRODUCTION: This is a guest post by Thom Byxbe of the blog “Thom Byxbe’s Research Desk," a life coach and expert blogger with over four decades of experience to his name. His blog, "Thom Byxbe's Research Desk," is a great place to learn about fibromyalgia, chronic illness, and personal growth and development, among other things.  Thom's… Continue reading Thom Byxbe *guest blog*


The greatest revelation of my life

In your life's defining moments there are two choices - you either step forward in faith and power or you step backward into fear. James Arthur Ray In my life, there’s been one stand-out period of significant importance. It defined the rest of my existence. Surprisingly, falling ill, which resulted in the diagnosis of 3… Continue reading The greatest revelation of my life

diagnosis, Fibromyalgia

When the party’s over

If you entrust your data to others, they can let you down or outright betray you. Jonathan Zittrain Receiving my Fibromyalgia diagnosis did indeed feel like “the party was over” looking back on it. It was. It still is to some extent. Finally, It was confirmed after 3 years of declining health. Initially, I felt… Continue reading When the party’s over


All good things come to an end

All good things come to an end, and what a good thing to end. I am thankful to my body for making peace with itself, allowing me to enjoy a few days away, letting me live life like a “normal” person. Should I awake tomorrow to another battle, I will say to myself, “Ends are… Continue reading All good things come to an end


Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean that I am not going through it

In case you follow my social media and don’t have Fibromyalgia or a chronic illness and are struggling to understand or wondering why, how I managed to do what I did last weekend I want you to know this. I was still pain, I still felt fatigued when I did what I did last weekend.… Continue reading Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean that I am not going through it