Hi veelynn and welcome to our family. I'm glad you reached out to us, it's a step in the right direction. It's hard to accept having a disorder that there is no cure for, denial is very common in the beginning. I think the fact that you posted on here means you are ready to accept this and get help for it. I'm sorry everyone in your life is treating you so badly and putting the blame on you for having a disorder that you would gladly give up if you could. You need to find a doc that believes in fibro and will work with you on getting some of the pain under control. Then you and your doc needs to educate your hubby on fibro. Many of us on here do have depression problems, my depression and anxiety problems started long before fibro.
Many of us are low in vit D and some are low in B12. I know when I got on D it made a difference in my energy and motivation.
We all have to learn to live our lives differently with fibro and pace ourselves but we are living our lives. I'm almost 59 yrs old and I feel like I go at a snails pace but I keep going and eventually get things done.
There is such a wealth of info on this forum and how we do live our lives with fibro so I really hope you will stick with us and learn all you can about it.
luv and hugs
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