In reading journals, profiles and posts, I have been struck many times by the realization of how many with fibro suffered abuse as children. I know this is a major problem in society, but it seems like we here have an usually large percentage. Has anyone else noticed this? Could there be a link? It can't be the complete answer, not everyone with fibro was abused of course, but could it have contributed? And what about other stressful situations in childhood, for example, in my case I was not abused, but we moved constantly (military), we were poor, actually hungry at times, so there was lots of stress. What do y'all think?
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