Weekend Post: Fibromyalgia Struggle

Today, I have been trying all afternoon to write this post, but with the colder rainy weather I have not been feeling my greatest.  I’m still trying to figure out balance and how to manage my fibromyalgia.  Yesterday, I pushed myself too much and today I have been dealing with that.
On days like this it is easy to get discouraged.  It’s easy to want to throw in the towel and crawl back into bed and not do life.  Instead, I took more of a relaxed day than I originally planned.  And it means that maybe I’ll clean my cats litter and get some food ready for the week.  What it means I’m not doing is all of the food prep for the week I had planned, laundry, and organizing the apartment. It also means that I’m watching some extra Netflix.  Most importantly, I made sure not to neglect my spiritual health as well.

I have learned the importance of walking with God through all of this.  Time in His word and talking to Him in prayer is what keeps me going.  Day like this I am reminded how much I need God.  How much I need Him to make it through the day.  Even though I don’t know why I have fibromyalgia or why I have days like this.  I do know that God is using this to strengthen my relationship with Christ.

So that is what I’m clinging to.  That’s what I am sharing with you today.  I’m sharing this with you because I am hoping that whatever you are going through, that you need to cling to God.  He will give you the strength.  Whatever it is, God will use it for your good, even if you don’t see it right away. Just keep clinging to Him and seeking His will for your life.

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