Fibromyalgia and the office 

This brilliant piece explains so well what I need to say too, to my friends, my family and those who just don’t understand. Thank you Anne for writing it xx

To my friends and family, please read xx

Dancing through Rainbows

Before I start, this post may be controversial and for a number of people, left housebound and bed bound by fibromyalgia, I know that work isn’t possible at all. I am not trivialising and I am not trying to argue that anyone should force themselves to do more than they are able. I’m not accusing people of being lazy, and I’m not trying to say that I think everyone with fibro should be at work.

That said, I’ll begin….The reason for this post is two-fold, one to try and explain to people without fibro why those with the condition may struggle at work, and why many will revert to part time working and ultimately stop. It’s also to try and say to people that do have fibro, that it doesn’t have to be the end of a career. It might not be easy, but if you want to do…

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