Homeschooling with chronic pain gets frustrating
I know it’s enough to make you want to throw in the towel some days. When I have back to back meltdowns added to Fibromyalgia flare-ups, I just want to hide in bed and have a good cry. I’m guessing it’s not just me. Homeschooling with chronic pain is not for the weak!
Living with chronic pain can already be so demoralizing sometimes. Then you add homeschooling, and yikes! You’ve just added a ton of responsibility and pressure and worries about whether you’ll do a “good enough” job. “How do I do a good job while constantly distracted by chronic pain and fatigue?”
There’s good news though…
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Struggling with feeling good with Fibromyalgia?
Or any other chronic disorder for that matter? Again, I’m no doctor or certified anything, but as a woman with Fibromyalgia, I’m here to encourage you from a place of personal experience. Before having kids, I also struggled with endometriosis. You see, there’s been something between me and exercising most of my adult life… Yet, I’m excited to encourage you in knowing that feeling good with Fibromyalgia is completely possible!
If you’ve been around here for a bit then you’ve heard about my struggle. What started with general aches and pains turned into full-fledged zombiehood. The internist who finally diagnosed me recommended exercise for treatment. Needless to say, I left the office somewhat furious and defeated. It seemed impossible. Soon I found out it was entirely possible.
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