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21 comments:

  1. I answered you on Bloggers Unite, but here it is again: http://feliciafibro.com/

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  2. I am FibroCathy's Blog: The MisAdventures of FibroChick.

    http://www.maintaininghomeostasis.blogspot.com

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  3. http://pbg-troubletree.blogspot.com/

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  4. Hi! I write a blog about my life that includes fibromyalgia. It's called Sally and Keegan.

    http://sallyandkeegan.blogspot.com/

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  5. I blog about life a chronically ill mom, including Fibro. http://infertilitymom.blogspot.com/
    Check out my May 9 post that tells my Fibromyalgia story in detail.

    I also have a chronic illness blog at http://givenmeathorn.blogspot.com/ that isn't specific only to Fibromyalgia, but offers faith-based support for all chronic illnesses, especially those like Fibromyalgia that are more "invisible."

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  6. I don't have a blogspot, I have a wordpress, but I try to update a few times a month about my fibro and my adventures being gluten free.

    https://youngfibromyalgia.wordpress.com/

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  7. I have a BlogSpot that often includes my Fibromyalgia journey entries; right now I'm on diet adventures. :/

    http://tarantula17.blogspot.com/

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  8. TPF offers sensible suggestions that those with fibromyalgia can use to get through the day just a little more easily. Fibro-friendly recipes and cooking tips are central to our mission.

    Thanks for providing this important service!

    The Practical Fibromite
    http://www.thepracticalfibromite.com

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  9. This Is My Fibro

    http://thisismyfibro.blogspot.com/

    Began as a side blog to my personal blog because I thought that all my friends and family would not want to hear about my Fibro all the time. Little did I know that people I didn't even know DID want to hear about it.

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  10. What a great service you're doing! Thank you!

    I'm a Certified Health Coach who specializes in helping women with fibromyalgia.... and I've suffered with the symptoms of fibro & CFS for over 25 years.

    My blog is a mixture of stories of my own healing journey and information to help others get there as well. My mission is to help women with fibro find hope and healing from the prison their bodies have become.

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  11. Thank you for adding http://www.InfertilityMom.blogspot.com to your list. I have added the button to my sidebar.

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  12. Thank you for bringing this great resource to my attention. I love the idea of having a unified FM blogging community!

    http://www.fibrohaven.com/

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  13. Hey I have been blogging since 2008 and have had fibro since 1996. I blog about living with chronic pain and fibromyalgia, among other topics, at my blog called FibroDAZE and the URL is www.bignoise-enterprises.com/blog/

    I also have a cooking blog, http://chronicinthekitchen.wordpress.com/ my tag line is: "Fast, Easy, Healthy Recipes and Tips for Cooking (and living) With Chronic Pain and Fatigue"

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  14. I have probably had Fibro for about 25 years. I only recently got diagnosed. I came down with CFS last year. I've been writing two blogs since coming down with CFS: Infinite Daze which is my illness narrative and Fast Foodie which is a cooking blog for chronic chicks.
    http://infinatedays.blogspot.com/
    http://baffled-fastfoodie.blogspot.com/

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  15. Wow - look at all the folks I "know" on here . . .

    Anyway, here's mine: http://transformyourchroniclife.com/wordpress

    I mostly blog about fibro and how to cope with it, along with more general chronic illness stuff and alternative medicine. I'm now a certified coach, so there will probably be more coaching stuff added soon, too.

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  16. My blog name is Fibrobattle. My google name is Cotagreen. I can be found at:

    www.http://cotagreen-fibrobattle.blogspot.

    I mostly blog about fibro with some money saving/christian themes. I recently posted again after a hiatus due to my mother's passing and a total knee replacement for me. I plan on focusing on my battle with fibro now. Thanks!

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  17. I should have posted http://cotagreen-fibrobattle.blogspot.com.

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  18. Hi there, I'm Selena from Oh My Aches and Pains! (http://www.ohmyachesandpains.info) and I blog about my adventures in learning how to live my best life despite chronic illnesses, one of which is fibromyalgia. I started at AOL Journals in 2006 and moved to Blogger in 2008. I have been living with fibromyalgia since 2004.

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  19. In 2009, I started blogging about chronic pain. Now, at phylor's blog: chronic pain, life, and all that, I blog about various issues of chronicness, including having been diagnosed with fibromyalgia in the fall of 2010. As real life often intervenes in my cyberverse, I have been known to go off topic by times, LOL.
    http://phylor.wordpress.com

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  20. My blog http://hittingthewall.paulglover.net/ started in 2012 and I do blogs on a wide variety of subjects. I research and use a lot of lively graphics. Occasionally I post poems which are very well received. I put in for acceptance into the group. How long will it be before I hear anything/ get my blog accepted? Thank you! :)

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  21. I blog about my life and my struggles with fibromyalgia in a positive light. You can view my blog at shaggycreations.blogspot.com

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