There are many, many places online to get information about Fibromyalgia (FMS), but how do you know which ones are accurate and which ones are not?
When I decided it was time to return to blogging about FMS, I took some time to evaluate what was already available online. I had kept up with a lot of facebook groups, blogs, and other informational sources from my past, but I did not necessarily scrutinize their content. I sort of "chewed up the meat and spit out the bones", as the old saying goes, in my own mind and went on my way, not paying a lot of attention as to what came from where and such. I have had a lot of practice at this and have been at it for a lot of years now so that works for me, however, this will not work for everyone...especially new-comers... looking for information on FMS .
I also looked at what was available already because I see no need for yet another website or blogger to be re-creating what someone else is already doing VERY WELL. I see a major part of my "job" as searching for "Trusted Fibromyalgia Resources" that already exist and helping to spread the word about them.
I am happy to announce that the "Trusted Resources" page at "MesheaCrysup.com Living a fibroLIFE" is now available. Admittedly, there is not a lot there (as of this moment, 8:55 A.M., 9/9/2014) but I will be adding to it as swiftly as possible. I had NO TROUBLE at all, however, deciding who/what would be
at the top of the page: Celeste Cooper! I will be posting more about her soon, but for now, know this: If Celeste Cooper wrote it, passes it along, or promotes a thought, article, program, etc., about Fibromyalgia (FMS), you most CERTAINLY CAN TRUST it!
The second "Trusted Resource" I have currently listed is Melissa Swanson. I will be posting more about her as well soon, but in the meantime you can find the link to her blog and facebook page on our Trusted Resources page.
While there is certainly much more to come on this page, for now, I hope you will take the time to check these two ladies, and the information they provide, out. If you know someone who needs information about FMS, please pass these ladies' information along to them. After all, this is not a competition to see who can sell more books or have the most blog followers...and I know these ladies feel the same. We want YOU to have the very best information available to help you face LIVING a fibroLIFE. I am proud, honored, and humbled to say these "Trusted Fibromyalgia Resources" are the best place I know to start.