Improving your fibromyalgia is really hard to do all on your own; you need a team of people to support you, including various providers, friends, and family. So… what happens when your family doesn’t support you? Aren’t they the ones who should be giving you the most support?
Listen in as Tami interviews Heather Kent, psychotherapist and author of two books on toxic relationships, about what to do when your family isn’t supportive. You’ll learn how to tell if it’s a lack of support which can be improved through education and communication, or a more toxic and unhealthy type of non-support, including the signs for a toxic or abusive relationship.
Heather and Tami want you to know: Your fibromyalgia doesn’t have to be the thing that keeps you stuck in a toxic relationship — and a toxic relationship doesn’t have to be the thing that keeps you stuck in your fibromyalgia pain and fatigue. There is hope. You can feel better and feel safe.Read More