365 Days of Fibromyalgia

Pain Wasted Time

May 28, 2014

Pain Wasted Time

“If you’ve been hurt, God can take your bad experiences and make them work for your good. Believing this truth is a positive decision that can help stop your pain.
Choose to learn from the hurtful experiences instead of wasting your pain by allowing them to make you bitter. One way to do this is to overcome evil with good…”
From the book Ending Your Day Right by Joyce Meyer. Copyright © 2004 by Joyce Meyer. Published by FaithWords. All rights reserved.

I know I’ve probably said it before many times over and I’m about to say it again, “pain changed me, but it was somewhat a change for the better.”

Just like the message above says, TAKE YOUR BAD EXPERIENCES AND MAKE THEM WORK FOR YOU. Think about the good things that come along with this, we are always trying to find something to better ourselves; be more healthy, and many walks of life are brought together from all over the world, because we share the terrible thing called pain. Bringing awareness to fibromyalgia is not just on fibromyalgia, things so many other things connected to it that we are spreading awareness about many things that people don’t see as a problem, or life threatening.
You may not die from what we have, but you sure may think about dying a lot, because you feel as if you are.

My positive, happy, love filled heart from yesterday as seemed to stuck around for today, and I have nothing on my mind but being in dreamland today. Hoping my calm, peacefulness stays with me.

DO NOT LET YOUR PAIN BE FOR NO REASON, MAKE THE CHANGES YOU HAVE TO MAKE; IF YOU CAN.

DON’T WASTE ALL TIME HURTING! I know it’s not easy all the time or maybe never, but just think about your loving spouse, partner, kids, best friends, close family. THINK ABOUT LOVE! Love is a powerful thing if used right and it can always see you through the darkest and toughest moments.

I LOVE YOU ALL AND YOU ALL ARE AWESOME, WONDERFUL PEOPLE. fm/cfs

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