Slaying Fibro & Other Invisible Illnesses

Encouragement, Tips, and Ideas from One Slayer to Another

Chronic Illness Resources

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Hey there, spoonies! 

Thanks for being a part of my community and the chronic illness and chronic pain community at large. We are stronger together than we are apart. (Plus, some days we need the support of a crowd of spoonies just to get through the day!)

You’ll find that this page will be growing and changing as I come across different resources in my writing and research. Do you have one to add? Use the contact me button on the side over there —>

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Here’s the typical disclaimer: I’m not pushing any medical knowledge. I’m a slayer just like you, and while I may share what works for me or what is becoming popular in the community, you still need to work with your doctor to find the best treatment plan for you.

If you’re looking for some encouragement to remind yourself that you are not the only one, check out my personal blog series: My Story. It walks you through my journey of being diagnosed with osteoarthritis, anxiety and panic disorder, agoraphobia, fibromyalgia, and Hashimoto’s disease.

For those who love to dive into a book like I do, I’ve pulled together a Recommended Reading list for each of my chronic illnesses. I’ve also added links to some of my favorite fiction reads this year and a few of the fiction books I’ve written just for fun

Don’t forget to meet up with me on Twitter. It’s my favorite place to hang out during a night of insomnia or a day of pain. I love to pass on resources and articles there. You can also find more resources on my Pinterest account.

Much love to you. Don’t forget… YOU ROCK.

xo Stephanie


General Resources

  • – Meet online with others who share your same “invisible” battles.

Anxiety & Panic Disorders


National Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Association (NFMCPA) – You aren’t alone, and this organization will provide information, support, and additional resources for family and friends.

National Fibromyalgia Association (NFA) – Keep up to date on advocacy programs, the latest research, and support.

Self Care for Spoonies