I looked at the library for the book When Mobility Fails. Instead I found When Walking Fails: Mobility Problems of Adults with Chronic Conditions. Is this the book?
Sorry, cannot remember who recommended it, even though I was just looking at your post!!
I know I have trouble with mobility sometimes. Sometimes I have to park in the disabled parking. I rarely use the stairs, although I used to climb stairs on purpose for the extra exercise. But when I read stuff on fibro, I rarely find anything about mobility problems. When I search for "walking" I find suggestions like: go for walks every day, park as far away as possible, use the stairs, etc. I do that when I can, but this dd is so unpredictable, I do not know if I park far away if I will feel awful and have a hard time getting back to my car. I understand the need to exercise and keep moving. People here mention trouble getting around. Why don't fibro sites and books seem to address this problem? Am I looking in the wrong place? or am I "imagining" this mobility trouble. . .
I think it is difficult enough with the ups and downs of fibro to know what to expect from day to day. Sometimes when I feel better I tend to wonder if I over reacted the day before when I felt worse. I think, Oh, I can do this or that, etc. . .
I am rambling and having a hard articulating what I am trying to say. . .