Hello my name is Elyse,
I take a lot of pleasure in
- My faith
- Cacao (This girl is a chocoholic)
- Spending time with my husband
- Sleeping (when possible)
- Drinking Lavender and Chamomile Tea
- Days I can stay in the kitchen and cook my family’s favorites all day
- The cuddle time I get with my kids
- Cheering my kids on
- When I have the energy I LOVE to read. At the moment my favorite Authors are Jane Austen and J.A. Jance.
Now the Medical Problem Bio
I have Fibromyalgia, it has been a part of me since 2011. The formal diagnosis came in 2014. I was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism in mid 2011 and various other diagnoses followed after that. All of which I will share throughout my blog. Along with some blog posts about my family and the days I experience. If you have any questions please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org I will be happy to help you in any way I can. Even if all you need is some contact from another person who may understand what you are going through.
Before Fibro I was active, happy and stress free. I completed my college degree and met my husband. We were able to live a better life before Fibro. I strive to live that life once again.
I am doing everything I can to find a way for myself to live comfortably with Fibro. In my search for relief from this painful yet invisible medical condition I have become my own “lab rat” as I call it. I have discovered many things that work very well for me. Nothing I have tried takes away every little bit of pain but it is manageable and I do sleep almost every night.
My goal is to become a better, happier, healthier person for myself, my husband, our three children and even for my Fibromyalgia friends which are you. I cannot wait to meet you and give you any support you are looking for that day.
What to expect in this blog
By reading the naturally fibro blog you will be able to find some information like, what Fibromyalgia is. As well as blog posts about me. Things I experience, read or find interesting. In one way or another it will all be related to Fibromyalgia.
I hope to hear your story soon.