Hi Burning Black Rose, and welcome to the forum. You will meet lots of great caring people here. Please feel free to ask questions.
I'm sorry you have Fibro at such a young age. I didn't really develop fibro until my 30's, but I've had health problems since I was in my teens. I started with my first kidney stone at age 15 (with at least one per year since then), and I had my first surgery for endometriosis when I was just 18. I've had lots of other health problems since then, but I won't bore you with all of that.
My point in telling you these things is just to let you know that even with yucky stuff like fibro, you can go on to live a pretty normal, active life. I've been in pain every day since I was 18 (starting with the severe endometriosis), but I finished high school, graduated from college, got married, and had a baby (who is now older than you ).
Living with any chronic illness isn't easy, but you can still have a wonderful, full life in spite of it. You will just have to learn how to manage it, and that will come with a little time and experience dealing with it.
Take care of yourself.
Hugs - Austen