Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Not having a great day

Bad night, didn't sleep well. Makes for a bad attitude, which is made worse by physical pain. Fibromyalgia sucks, and I resent having it. At least my OTHER condition is being treated, but today is a bad Fibro day. So I'm not visiting a lot of other blogs, not commenting, not doing to much. At least I have been busy at work, which is good for my bottom line.

I want to not hurt, though. So I'm really cranky. REALLY cranky. Which means I haven't got a positive thought in my brain. Looking forward to seeing SiCKO so I can be even more pissed off about the state of health care costs.

8 comments:

Yoga Korunta said...

Yoga may help.

Larry said...

My niece has this and has been going to specialists in Michigan that seem to help, what help one can get.

DivaJood said...

Yoga, for a minute, I thought you meant you might help. Then I realized you meant actually practicing yoga.

Larry, it's just the most annoying disorder there is. And before my other disorder started getting treated, I was really struggling - so having a bad day makes me annoyed.

Thorne said...

I feel ya, FMSis. I get so pissed about it sometimes. I'll catch myself thinking how tired I am of feeling lousy, even when it hasn't been often! Of course it always happens when there's something I'd really like to do!!! Do you do anything for sleep? I had great results with accupuncture when I was able to afford it...

sumo said...

Alas...me too and stir in some Lupus to go with it and that's a jackpot of joint junk. I completely understand and if the pain and discomfort isn't bad enough...then the "tireds" have to come to play. Ugh! Sympathy all around!

Tree said...

Be good to yourself, Ms. Diva. I hope you're having a better day today.

DivaJood said...

Thorne, Sumo, these auto-immune conditions suck so much. Listen, sistahs, all we can do is keep on keeping on.

Tree, thank you. I hope so too.

mirth said...

My best to you, Diva Jood.
I have a close friend with several auto-immune disorders and I see how she suffers. One thing that helps her joint pain, albeit temporarily, is to soak in a jacuzzi. It seems a hot bath would also be effective. She also eliminated caffeine and that seemed to be helpful.
((gentle embraces))