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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia: From F.I.N.E. (Frustrated, Irritated, Nauseated, Exhausted) to Feeling Better

3.43  ·  Rating Details  ·  7 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Chronic Fatigue and Fibromyalgia are like thieves, stealing from their victims. They take lives and leave people who have the diseases in pain and totally drained. People are affected physically, emotionally, sexually, socially, and financially. The "lucky" ones can function]] somewhat. Some people with these illnesses are so weak and debilitated they feel that they couldn ...more
Paperback, 214 pages
Published April 1st 2010 by Idyll Arbor
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Create With Joy
May 04, 2013 Create With Joy rated it really liked it
If you have been diagnosed with fibromyalgia and/or chronic fatigue syndrome, chances are, you know what it’s like to feel “F.I.N.E.” – “Frustrated, Irritated, Nauseated and Exhausted.”

It’s normal to feel frustrated when you suffer from a debilitating illness that is frequently overlooked because you “look” well. It’s easy to get irritated when you’re in constant pain, all of the time. It’s no wonder that you feel exhausted – when is the last time you got a good night’s sleep?

That’s why Chronic
Jul 30, 2012 Lucia rated it liked it
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Somewhat helpful, though not great.
It's a book that a couple of support group members put together, and it's non-professional/low budget. Which is fine, but it's good to know what you're getting into.

This is no comprehensive, medical-type book. And to be clear, the "feeling better" in the title refers to best managing the physical, cognitive, and emotional fallout of having a chronic illness; there's not like a protocol for "getting better" in terms of remission or whatever. I let the title gi
Dec 18, 2012 Laura rated it really liked it
This is a good book for the newly diagnosed and a good refresher for those who have had Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and/or Fibromyalgia for a while. This book is very upbeat. It makes both diseases seem less daunting. It is similar to a short textbook in that it covers a wide range of topics relating to both diseases as well as focusing on how to help you feel better.
Read more of my review at Fighting Fibromyalgia,
Reanna Fraser
Sep 23, 2010 Reanna Fraser rated it it was ok
This is a great informative book for those just diagnosed and want to find out what to expect and what to do. I considered it a little too basic and elementary only because I had already more detailed books beforehand.
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