Why Fibromyalgia Makes Me Feel like a Poor Mother

By: Dr Alex Robber

“My son is just over 2 years old.” I can only hope I will continue doing everything as I do now. Everybody with a kid knows how much energy they seem to exude at every hour of the day. I undergo my diagnosis of fibromyalgia with constant complaint and acceptance because I feel less like a mom because I can’t play as my husband can with my babysitter. I look at the wrestling, tickling and feeling so happy with the love they share while I also feel like I am not able to do so.

I should be able to pursue him as he laughs without taking my back up. In order to make me double in pain, I should be able to fight with him without fear of being hit in the right spot. I think when he’s a young person and I have to apologize to his friends for why I’m not in his game and it almost breaks my heart.

I think of where I’m in my pain now and I wonder what in five, ten, or fifteen years my quality of life will look like and what it will do to my son. I can only hope to keep coping with everything, as I now do. Day after day. Take it. I cry, laugh, and smile through the pain when I’m sad. It’s just everything I can ask myself. To remain who I have always been and hope that everything else will shine through.

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Dr Alex Robber

Fibromyalgia is a disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain accompanied by fatigue, sleep, memory and mood issues. Researchers believe that fibromyalgia amplifies painful sensations by affecting the way your brain and spinal cord process painful and nonpainful signals.

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