10 Top Fibromyalgia Quotes to Share on Social Media.

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Are you looking for meaningful quotes that reflect your fibromyalgia journey?

Here are ten quotes that you can share on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.

Fibromyalgia Quote

"Fibromyalgia…Imagine waking up every day in pain, not knowing whether you can function. Fibromyalgia requires learning the balance between surrendering and fighting. And no-one even knows you are in a battle". -Unknown

This first quote is specific for fibromyalgia, but unfortunately, the author of these profound words is unknown. This quote is intensely relatable, and I think most fibromyalgia fighters know this battle, and these words will also resonate deeply with them.

Invisible Illness Quote

"When you have an invisible illness, the instinct is to blend in and “Fake it ‘till you make it”. As you probably know, this survival mechanism is good in the short term but awful in the long term. It Makes you feel inhuman - like you are constantly projecting a fake persona. Like no on actually knows you. Like you have no real connection with anyone. Like I said: Awful". -Katrina Quarry

Lady Gaga Quote

"Chronic pain is no joke. And it’s every day waking up not knowing how you’re going to feel". -Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga showed the world her struggles with Fibromyalgia in the Netflix documentary. As more celebrities speak out about their journey with fibromyalgia, fibromyalgia symptoms, and the fibromyalgia treatments they receive, fibromyalgia awareness spreads. Hopefully, this will lead to more research into fibromyalgia, the cause of fibromyalgia, and the possibility of recovery from Fibromyalgia.

Resilience Quote

"Resilience is accepting your new reality, even if it’s less good than the one you had before. You can fight it, you can do nothing but scream, about what you’ve lost, or you can accept that and try to put together something that’s good". -Elizabeth Edwards

This quote is not specific to fibromyalgia or even chronic pain or chronic illness. Still, it strikes a chord for anyone living with a chronic condition, especially anyone newly diagnosed with fibromyalgia or a chronic illness. We have to face our new life and the loss of our old lives. If we aren