Tech-savvy spoonie wanted!

I’m looking for a partner in crime. The mantra of focusing on the things you get energy from is important for everyone and even more important when your energy is such a scarce resource. I am really enjoying collecting the stories and becoming an active part of the ME/CFS community. However, the technical web bits …

Simon’s car is back on the road

Born in Kenya, Simon spent most of his childhood in Kent, England. He developed a successful career as mental health practitioner, but started having fatigue symptoms after he took on a stressful management job. In 1997 he was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia. After eight difficult years, his road to recovery really began …

Raelan making it through bootcamp

Raelan started to have symptoms in 2008 and was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome about a year later. Since then she has taken control in her own hands and developed her own recovery programme. Now, fully recovered, she is determined to supports others in their journey. From her home in Edmonton, Canada, she has set …

Nyki surviving the black fog

Nyki started having niggling symptoms in the early nineties and eventually in 2015 the doctor suggested it was fibromialga. However, learning more about the illnesses over the years she recognises that she was actually showed more the classic CFS/ME symptoms in addition to fibromyalgia symptoms. Nyki has made a great recovery and is now living …

Adele living with her mother in law

Adele started to have symptoms in December 2012, not being able to do the runs she usually enjoys. She investigated more about it and discovered she met all the criteria of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, based on that, six months later she self-diagnosed. Now she is able to live at 90% of her usual self when …