“You’re really foggy this morning, aren’t you?,” my husband asked as I stood in the middle of the kitchen trying to figure out what I was in there for. He was just starting to make our morning coffee and I had zoned out about three times already.
Of all the wacky things that go along with fibromyalgia, this brain fog is probably the most disconcerting for me. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m retired military, and making quick, sound decisions was part of my everyday life. Now, it often takes me a while to even process what I’m supposed to be making a decision about, much less make one!
Add to that the inability to remember things, and sometimes, I feel as if my brain is just shutting down on me. I’m learning to live with it, but I don’t have to like it :o). I teach a Life Group at…
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