Fibromyalgia Questionnaire

Do you suffer from Fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia is a debilitating dis-ease that many people suffer from today. There are many different physical symptoms that present themselves and fibromyalgia sufferers can have any number of them.

If you suffer from it, have you considered that there might be a connection between your thoughts or thinking patterns and your physical symptoms?

Would you be willing to complete the following questionnaire to support me with my research on the connection between thinking and the physical symptoms of Fibromyalgia.

The reason for my research into Fibromyalgia

I am a trained Holistic Counselor and Self-Inquiry Coach who through her own work has made the connection between thinking and physical symptoms.

When I made this connection between Fibromyalgia symptoms and thought patterns I was interested in how debilitating dis-ease and the physical symptoms of it could impact our life, and if our thoughts, or thinking patterns, in anyway shape what is occurring physically.

And  if we are aware of the thoughts that are impacting on our physical well-being, and we choose to change our thinking patterns, will that ultimately lead to a decrease in physical symptoms.

Making the connection between thinking and pain

Over the past five years I have worked with a number of people who have had on-going physical ailments connected with Fibromyalgia.  Their lifestyle and daily ability to be okay, has improved, just by questioning their thinking; by changing the thinking patterns that have ruled their life.

I am interested in the patterned thinking that we are often unconscious of, that runs our lives and how we live in it, and ultimately how this thinking can lead to physical symptoms dis-ease, and distress such as Fibromyalgia.

Through exploring this connection and finding it validated I would love less people to suffer from physical ailments perhaps by questioning their thinking.

Publishing the results

I will write a paper on the results of the survey, to validate my thinking about the connection.

Thank you for taking the time to complete the survey.

You take the survey anonymously and do not need to provide any private information about yourself unless you want to leave your email address for follow-up.

Karen

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