Can anyone sugest a good outline in creating a TO-DO list? I've had FM for 10 years, and I've heard that structure is good for we 'FM' folk... I try to write something down and I end up going in circles before I know it! lol! What can I do to simplify my to-do lists? If anyone has a methiod that seems to be working with them, please reply-I need all the help I can get! -Thanks- AmyView Thread
Your not the only one.... 15yrs ago I was a fire-cracker, going everwhere & doing everthing.... I was FM diagonosed 10 yrs ago, and boy has my life change. I call it a 'lucky' day if I get the strenth to clean the kitchen, or bathroom, let alone the house. None of my previous 'friends' get it about my FM. Needless to say I've become my own best-pal...And it IS very lonely. Last year I'd missed sooo many events because I couldn't get outta bed & the pain makes me feel obnoxious and out of control. I STILL don't know what to do except reach out- At least then I can verbalize my FM irrtabilities with others who can understand EXACTLY how I feel.View Thread
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