The Flip Flop Theory

I guess I must be stressed without realizing it. My digestive tract is rebelling for no apparent reason, a sure-fire sign that I'm stressing. I guess I'll try to chill out... maybe take some of my own advice from the blog post I just wrote.

In other news, I just wrote a blog post. lol. For FighterZine, that is. Some friends in one of my fibro groups on Facebook challenged me today to write a response to The Spoon Theory, so I did. I entitled it, "The Flip Flop Theory".

So. Off to take my own advice and be kind to myself. That may or may not involve a nap and/or a hot shower. And some tea. Definitely some tea.

3 thoughts:

  • Trudy Northcott | May 16, 2013 at 1:12 AM

    this is my first experiance of reading a blog.. i found via an FB post..
    I suffer from ME and find it isolating and very hard to talk about... so it was great to come across your blog today:)

  • Cassandra | May 16, 2013 at 7:07 PM

    I'm so glad that you enjoyed this, Trudy! It's pretty rare for me to get visitors, so I'm happy to have you :) I hope that you continue to be encouraged.

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