The Fibro Hope Messenger

Your Fibromyalgia Newsletter with More

Sign up for my fibromyalgia newsletter that gets you started on a Plan for Recovery right away.  This 4-step process takes the confusion out of what is most important to your recovery now.

You'll receive the same advice that I give to my clients:  what to do first, where to focus your efforts, plus the most important factors that will allow your muscles to heal.  I am giving you the tools and steps that I recommend to all my clients, when they start working with me. Begin your journey, and put fibromyalgia behind you, by signing up for The Fibro Hope Messenger now.

I also provide a Fibromyalgia Symptoms Checklist.  This tool is so handy, because when your symptoms start to improve, you really don’t miss the symptoms that have faded away, until you’re reminded of them.  For instance, I used to feel terrible whenever a Low Pressure System (weather front) would be coming through.  I had totally forgotten about this symptom, until I started working with my clients who have fibromyalgia.  I just didn’t miss it, when it didn’t happen anymore.  As you start to heal, you may think you are not improving, but this checklist will help you realize the progress you are making.  And yes, you'll notice lesser symptoms as the worst ones subside, the same way your hip doesn't hurt so much if you suddenly stub your big toe.  Your attention is brought to the worst symptoms first.  With this Checklist, you'll be able to gauge what strategies are working for you, what is not having any effect, and what symptoms still need to be targeted.

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You will also gain Access to all the Back-Issues of my fibromyalgia newsletter, The Fibro Hope Messenger, with numerous unique articles about the many facets of fibromyalgia.  It's designed to help you take charge of your own health and move you forward on your road to recovery. 

Here are some of the topics covered:

Vitamin D--and what it means for you with fibromyalgia.

Are you unknowingly adding to your fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue?

Is Inflammation a Key to Your Fibro?

Are Your Feelings--or Lack of Feelings--Hurting You?

How to Survive (or Eliminate) the 4 types of PMS.

Do You Have Borderline Low Thyroid?

Are you Poisoning Your Body?

The Biggest Advance in Medicine in the Last 50 years.

Do the Foods You Eat Contain the Nutrients You Need?

Syndrome X--what is it and do you have it?

Warning:  Cleaning May Be Hazardous to your Health (love this one--not a big fan of cleaning house!)

Fibro vs. Lyme Disease--what you need to know.

Cleansing for Nutrient Absorption (this kind of cleaning, I love)

And if you go way back, there's even an issue about Children's Health, when my newsletter was called Home Body Health.  Sign up below, then check your Inbox for a confirming email.  If your email has changed since you signed up, simply register again under your new email address.

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Fibromyalgia Newsletter Benefits

In my newsletter, I will also make important announcements.  I do not publish a fibromyalgia newsletter often now, because the topics would be repetitive.  So, I won't be clogging up your inbox, but do Sign up for The Fibro Hope Messenger because if you don't have your health, you can't enjoy your family, your work, your passion, or your life,can you?  I have upcoming important announcements about new Programs and Packages I will be offering and the only way to be notified of initial offerings is through this newsletter.  I'm even looking at creating a Fibromyalgia Telesummit, with some of the greatest healers of our time.  Stay tuned.  

The Fibro Hope Messenger is fibromyalgia newsletter dedicated to helping you recover your health so you can regain all the things that make your life so special.


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