You vs Fibromyalgia Full eCourse Workbook

Are you struggling with chronic pain and fatigue? 

Would you like someone to give you things that you can enact yourself today to fight pain and fatigue?

You vs Fibromyalgia full eCourse workbook gives you this!

Do you want an introduction to things you can do YOURSELF to influence your quality of life today?

what will I learn in the full You vs Fibromyalgia ecourse?

I’m a fibromyalgia veteran, I’ve been fighting this illness for nearly two decades. After losing most of my 20s to pain and fatigue, waiting for some doctor to have a magic pill to help me, I realised I had to do the work myself. For several years I have been actively researching and experimenting and have managed to take myself from miserable and barely surviving to thriving despite the fibromyalgia. Please don’t think I have it all figured out, there is too much complexity to this illness for that. So my courses are interactive and I continue learning and adding that learning as I go.

I don’t use the c word (cure). I’m not sure complete recovery is achievable. I know that no treatment works for everyone. I AM sure that we can make a difference for ourselves.

I don’t want it to take as long for you as it took for me. 

My book Melissa vs Fibromyalgia: My journey Fighting Chronic Pain, Chronic Fatigue and Insomnia (available on Amazon now) is what I wish the doctor pressed into my hands when I was given, at last, a reason (or as close as I can get) for the pain, fatigue and insomnia I had been fighting for nearly 10 years already.

Who wouldn’t want a road map that lays out the specific steps to take to reduce pain, increase energy and generally limit the misery of not knowing?

Can this course help you? Here’s who will benefit:

  • Anyone fighting chronic pain, chronic fatigue and insomnia.
  • Those who are newly diagnosed.
  • People who have been fighting for a while, but haven’t had the head space to figure out what to do.
  • Those who want to kick your fight up a notch, but don’t know where to start.

I have multiple sclerosis, not fibromyalgia. Still, I can use 75% of this book. Melissa, thanks for your courage, thoughtfulness, and humor.” – Reader of Melissa vs Fibromyalgia book

You vs Fibromyalgia, my research and your plans.

Here’s the catch – you have to do the work. I can give you the shortcut, the research, the tools to dramatically reduce your journey but you still need to do the work.

You do also need to chat with your team. We can’t make decisions alone I want you to have the knowledge and the ability to advocate for yourself and make informed choices but you can’t get around a medical opinion. You need to talk medicine choices with a medical professional.

Yes, I want to fight Fibromyalgia now!

When does it start? 

Right now! Grab the workbook, download it and get started! Find this here.

Do you want a free preview of the first module, which includes two templates? Click here.

Who am I? What is my story?

Melissa from Melissa vs Fibromyalgia

I’m Melissa, mama of two (soon to be three), wife of a hunky hubby and human to Coop the dog. In addition to this I have fought chronic pain for nearly two decades, chronic fatigue for over ten years and insomnia for somewhere in between.

For most of my twenties I was struggling to live “normally” while fighting severe pain and fatigue. I didn’t have the brain space to research treatments to try. I didn’t know that approximately 3-6% of the world’s population were also fighting Fibromyalgia. No one around me understood. After being told at 17 years old by a specialist that they didn’t really believe my symptoms because they changed, I didn’t have the confidence to pursue help.

After daydreaming for a long time about this vague notion that slightly reduced work hours might give me the space to reduce the pain and fatigue, I moved to a warmer city with my parents, took on a job that was 27.5 hours and cut the two hour bus commute each day.

I was right. That was the beginning of my journey to a better story.

In seven years I went from miserable and barely coping with life to thriving – using a combination of research and personal trial and error, I have managed to bring my pain and fatigue levels down and minimise the effects of the debilitating brain fog by using everything I have written about on my blog, in my book and in this course.

I am the author of Pregnancy and Fibromyalgia and Melissa vs Fibromyalgia: My Journey Fighting Chronic Pain, Chronic Fatigue and InsomniaI have run my blog for five years. Find out more about me here.

Melissa is a brilliant writer and I enjoy her work. I recommend her book if you have fibromyalgia or know someone who does.” —Jessie, review of Melissa vs Fibromyalgia book

The modules – in depth:

  1. Arm Yourself with Knowledge
    1. What is Fibromyalgia
    2. My Six Tips
    3. Diagnosis
    4. Further reading
    5. Template – Things I’d Like to Try
    6. Template – My Daily Log
    7. Information sheet Further Reading List with over 100 links!
  2. Pain Management
    1. Pain management for Fibromyalgia/chronic pain
    2. Lifestyle focused pain management tips
    3. Low Dose Naltrexone – what is it, how could it help
    4. Information Sheet Natural pain relief mechanisms over 30 options!
    5. Specific options that I do to cope with pain
    6. Template ​My Pain Management Plan including day to day, flare and medicines
    7. Further reading
  3. Sleep
    1. Introduction to sleep research
    2. What I do to sleep
    3. Sleep hygiene tips
    4. Information sheet 22 Ways to Increase Your Energy
    5. Template My Sleep Hygiene Plan
    6. Template My Sleep Diary
    7. Further reading
  4. Meditation
    1. Benefits of meditation for chronic illness
    2. Meditation options
    3. My body scan meditation
    4. What I do – why I’m in love with meditation
  5. Yoga (or gentle exercise)
    1. Benefits of yoga for chronic illness
    2. Yoga options
    3. List of links to get you started
    4. Information sheet ​Yoga and Meditation Resource List
    5. Further reading
  6. Pacing and boundaries
    1. What pacing is
    2. Tips to help
    3. Template ​Activity vs Pain and Fatigue Tracker
    4. Template brainstorm What I Could do to Create Space
  7. Brain fog
    1. What is brain fog?
    2. How to minimise effects
    3. How to cope with it

What you get:

  • The workbook with all of the lessons, information sheets and templates with space for notes so that you can track your journey.
  • Seven modules, broken down into
  • Short lessons with videos (approximately an hour broken into manageable chunks)
  • Seven ​printable templates for tracking what you’d like to try, your pain management, sleep and more.
  • Four information sheets – including my list of further reading – this is from my spreadsheet of articles, research and information about Fibromyalgia/Chronic Pain/Chronic Fatigue and Insomnia over the past seven years broken down by subject!
  • A lot of further reading for you to follow up areas that interest you and take your learning further as your concentration and time allows.

You vs Fibromyalgia Workbook helping you fight chronic pain, chronic fatigue and insomnia

Yes, I want to join the journey now!