Hi everyone, my name is Emmie and I am 42 yrs old and have been suffering from severe lower back that radiates down into legs and hips 24/7 for 10 yrs now. Lost my part time job 2 yrs ago due to lay off. Awaiting disability decision. I was recently diagnosed with fibro and I am so tired of hurting and everything going wrong. I hurt more all the time it seems while my brain is in "fibro fog" mode which drives me nuts. My husband working at low paying job after not working for 2 yrs. We are dead broke, afraid we are going to lose house (which please God let us stay in our house by some miracle - please God?) and everything else we own. Depression and anxiety doing a good job on me. Is there anybody out there that can relate and advise and please pray for us? We are so thankful for our blessings but it's like everything seeming to work against us no matter what we do. I've prayed and prayed and nothing has changed. Falling apart and in pain and desperate.View Thread
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