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Hobbies for Fibromyalgia: 6 Fibro Friendly Hobbies for You to Try

Hobbies for Fibromyalgia

When you are chronically ill it becomes easy to focus on what you can’t do. You may have had to give up activities that you once loved. Or if you’ve been ill most of your life, possibly you see others your age going and doing things you would like to try, but know are not within your ability. This is disheartening. It can even lead to depression. Maybe once upon a time you went hiking, rock...

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