My interview about life with Fibromyalgia

I am continuing to raise awareness about life with the chronic pain disorder Fibromyalgia.

Check out my interview with the wonderful writer Steph at

Let’s make Fibromyalgia a visible illness!

Keep smiling 🙂



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38 Responses to My interview about life with Fibromyalgia

  1. Ruphine Adzayawo says:

    Hello Claire
    I’m very happy about what you doing to fight Fibromyalgia
    I lost my health and social life to this bad disease.
    But you have impressed me. I also live in Dagenham and I will like to join you fight this disease please. Claire please contact me.

  2. Debbie says:

    Well put across. I wish I had the strength to do half you do..
    I find it so so hard.. Keep thinking positive xx

  3. A great interview to read. You are doing a great thing raising awareness, I cannot imagine how hard it must be. I am so glad to learn more about this illness as I think we should all try to have a great understanding of what goes on around us.

  4. Great interview. I think its really great that you are raising awareness of fibromyalgia & getting your voices heard.

  5. foxxie52 says:

    That was really interesting. I never knew Morgan Freeman suffered from fibromyalgia. It sounds awful. I have Crohns Disease (another invisable illness) and the fatigue from that sounds similar. The thing is people look at you and say “you don’t look sick”.

  6. You Baby Me Mummy says:

    It is wonderful that you are doing so much to make your voice heard, I suffer from back pain and I understand how difficult it can be to have an invisible illness x

  7. TheLondonMum says:

    It’s really good that you’re working really hard to raise aware of your condition. x

  8. Living with fibromyalgia must be awful. Well done on continuing to raise awareness of this invisible illness.

  9. Sarah Bailey says:

    Ohh heading over to have a read now – thank you so much for spreading the word about this awful illness.

  10. sr1062 says:

    It’s great that you’re trying to raise awareness of fibromyalgia. I’m sure many people aren’t familiar with it.

  11. It’s really great that you are working to raise awareness of fibromyalgia – keep going!!

  12. Rachel says:

    I am going to go have a read now but from the friends I have who have it, it is absolutely awful x

  13. kacielmorgan says:

    great interview! Well done for sharing this, very inspirational!

  14. Renna says:

    Fabulous Work!! Keep sharing, as to be honest, id never heard of it until this year, and it’s a lot more common than I ever would have thought.

  15. Ickle Pickle says:

    Great interview – it is brilliant that you are doing all you can to raise awareness. My friends husband suffers, and so many people just don’t understand it. Kaz x

  16. Great job on raising awareness. We need more posts like this.

  17. Ra1neX says:

    I have never heard of this illness! That interview piece was eye opening.

  18. bowen1960 says:

    Excellent interview, I think we can all be guilty at times of falling into the trap of thinking that if someone doesn’t look ill they can’t be ill. Thank you for the reminder that not all illness or disability is visible.

  19. Katie says:

    Great interview, I have a daughter who suffers from an invisible illness (Ehler’s Danlos Syndrome-Hypermobility Type) so I can completely sympathise with you on other people not understanding that you are suffering just because you look ‘normal’. Keep up the good work x

  20. fabfood4all says:

    I’m sure you a bringing much comfort to fellow sufferers of this terrible condition – keep up the good good! xx

  21. Mummys Little Monkey (@Jax2000) says:

    I don’t know much about fibromyalgia, which is EXACTLY why what you’re doing is so important! x

  22. Ana De Jesus says:

    Claire you are such a brave woman, it breaks my heart to see how much pain you are in yet despite everything you continue because you have a courage beyond many men.

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