Rachel's finally experiences a robust Fibromyalgia recovery

Rachel’s Fibromyalgia started at age 18 and it was only a visit down to Australia that allowed her to experience a fibromyalgia recovery without any defined strategy or plan. But it was short lived and she got ill again. But after 15 years of illness, she finally found a way to create a robust fibromyalgia recovery that she has enjoyed for over 6 years now, allowing her to exercise virtually every day and work full-time again!

Listen Carefully to the distinctions that shifted Rachel’s fibromyalgia allowing her to become symptom-free and enjoy a full life again.

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Another very interesting narrative. We all seem to know deep down that it is an exhausted mind and body whatever the causation..Todays society often plays a big part in chronic exhaustion. Work work and no play. Too much of a guilt driven lifestyle. Thank you Rachel for reminding me that we do have choices and need to take action. Not wait for a cure when clearly there already is one.
Congratulations on getting well.

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Thanks Rachel for sharing this, I have gained a lot from your experience and what you are saying here. Definitely, I agree we need to find some sort of supportive help system and I think programs like Dan’s (and similar others)can be really useful for this. I think most ME patients are bogged down in the negativity surrounding this illness (I certainly was until I found Dan’s program) and we need more recovery stories to change that.