my girlfriend is 34. she has been battling through the life of having fibro for many years, and only 2 weeks ago was formally diagnosed to it. (previously she thought she was crazy, or had lupus or just thought something was wrong with her)
i read a lot of the posts in this community and think it'd be great for her to be a part of it, cause i think only you people would be able to understand what she goes through. i even read a number of posts from here to her, and she appreciated them. but for some reason she still doesnt join. she says she doesnt have anything to say.
i just think it's important for her to have the support of such a community and have you guys in her life even in a little way, so she can vent out or ask questions to people who know what she's going through. i am wrong to push her to join? is she not joining because she's afraid?
i just think having support groups like this are important.View Thread
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