Welcome to FibroIreland
FibroIreland has been created for people affected by fibromyalgia. It provides general information to help you understand how fibromyalgia affects you and what you can do to manage it. It also tells you where to find further information. For information on support groups please go to the support page or click here.
We aim to :
• Listen with empathy to your experience of FM
• Make FM better understood
• Provide up-to-date information on FM
• Support those caring for people with FM
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Trinity Talk - Tuesday 27th September
Tony Bates will speak about Self-compassion when living with chronic pain
If you're feeling stuck and fed up this would be an important meeting to attend to help you change your relationship with the difficulties that living with fibromyalgia can bring.
Venue: Trinity college in Aras an Pharsaigh building in Trinity College Dublin in room 0.09
Date: 27th sept
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Speaker meeting: Tony Bates will be giving a talk on self compassion when living with chronic pain
Please note we only have room for 30 people. Places will be given on a first come first served basis. Please only take a place if you are definitely going to attend. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 0879976252
Together we'll go FAR....
Fibromyalgia Awareness Runs
Brian Phelan from Extreme Fitness is organising a series of runs to help raise awareness and kickstart research for Fibromyalgia in Ireland. Brian's partner has Fibro and he's doing his best to support her whatever way he can.
For further info you can contact Brian at (083) 144 7778 email@example.com
see you then guys!
You'll never know what YOU can do until WE try… Let's change the lives of people with Fibromyalgia in Ireland for the better…
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