YESTERDAY I GOT AN EMAIL FROM ONE OF THE FIBROMYALGIA NEWS LETTERS THAT I SIGNED UP FOR JUST TO KEEP UP WITH WHATS GOING ON. AND I CLICKED ON IT AND STARTED TO READ. WELL IT WAS SAYING THAT THE NEW YORK TIMES HAD AN ARTICLE THAT SAID THAT THEY REALLY DIDN'T KNOW IF FIBRO REALLY EXCISTED. IF YOU WANT TO READ IT HERE IS THE WEB SITE: www.nytimes.com/2008/01/14/health/14pain.html? WHEN I READ THIS ALL I WANTED TO DO IS CRY. WHEN YOU ARE DEPRESSED ANYWAY FROM ALL THE PAIN IT REALLY HURTS WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE PEOPLE DON'T BELIEVE YOU AND IT'S REALLY HARD IF NOT IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND A DOCTOR THAT REALLY WANTS TO HELP YOU. TELL ME WHAT YOU GUYS THINK WHEN YOU READ THIS. I HAVEN'T HAD ANYTHING ON HERE IN A WHILE, SO I CAN'T TELL YOU ALL HOW MUCH I APPRECIATE ALL THE SUPPORT YOU HAVE SHOWN ME AND ALL THE LOVE THAT I FEEL. HOW YOU ALL ARE DOING OK, TAKE CARE AND GOD BLESS, BECKY
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