Explore Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Some People, and more!

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If you are looking for things to do on a rainy day, then you are at right place. What to do on a Rainy Day offer fun things & tips for rainy days.

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field of dreams

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A raindrop landing on your cheek is a kiss from someone that lives in Heaven and is watching over you.what a sweet way to look at raindrops.

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http://blogs.forumroditeley.ru/view/post:287

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white, beach, and ocean image

Fibromyalgia and Stress

Managing the Link Between Fibromyalgia and Stress

Due to the connection between fibromyalgia and stress, learning to relax and de-stress may help you to deal with and prevent fibromyalgia flare ups.

Ehlers Danlos Syndrome: the definition, the importance, what it means, what it does, and why it matters.

Dr Neilson discusses EDS Hypermobility and what is needed to change the perception of this condition

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http://blogs.forumroditeley.ru/view/post:292

Please, please read this! 22 Secrets of People with Chronic Illness. To those who are chronically ill: you're not alone. There are many of us who DO understand and are in the same place. To those who have friends or loved ones who are chronically ill: these are not just nice, thought provoking quotes. These are the things we are desperate for you to understand.

25 Secrets of People With Chronic Illnesses

Chronic Illness affects many people. Here's 25 secrets of people who suffer from chronic Illness -- including fibromyalgia, lupus, chronic fatigue, and many others.

Illness changes us, but we also change how illness impacts our life. It takes time. And you will be mad that it doesn't just change your life but takes time to learn to live with it--because YOU DON'T WANT to learn to live with it. But if you have recently been diagnosed and your heart aches... Know this.... This ache will grow smaller. Hang on. #lisacopen

Illness changes us, but we also change how illness impacts our life. It takes time. And you will be mad that it doesn't just change your life but takes time to learn to live with it--because YOU DON'T WANT to learn to live with it. Hang on

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