The NFA wishes you a pain-free holiday full of peace, joy and comfort. It is so easy to get distracted this time of year, and let our health suffer. This month's newsletter has just the things you need to keep you on track this holiday. May this season find you well and leave you renewed and ready to face the New Year!
Happy Holidays and Happy New Year from all of us here at the NFA!
Together We Thrive
Holiday cheerfulness can be a bitter pill to swallow when we feel isolated, depressed and generally bad. That's why we know that together we are better. Even if it's two of us chatting on a phone call, or a whole bunch of us spoonies supporting each other on Facebook.
This is the article to read to help you face the holiday in good spirits.
Because of you, we were able to raise 54% of our year-end goal. Because of you we WILL be able to help our 70,000 members, 700 daily website visitors, and over 250,000 Facebook followers receive the benefits of the NFA. We will continue to support FM research, post up-to-date articles and start to engage our audience in Spanish.
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May the joy of the holidays find you wherever you rest your legs.
12 Days of HOLIDAY CHEER
As we're coming upon the darkest day of the year, it can be all too easy to slip into the winter blues. Need a little inspiration to boost your mood this season? The NFA has got your back! Here are 12 days' worth of positive thoughts and images to lift your spirits even on the gloomiest day.
It's that time of year when we run from store to store in a flurry of activity and come home exhausted, only to discover we need one more gift. Why not get your gift right here? The NFA store is full of great gift ideas. Share holiday cheer with NFA jewelry, clothing, water bottles, and more. Every purchase supports your favorite nonprofit: the NFA.
Pain Times Two: Family Life When Both Parents Have Chronic Pain
How does a family cope when more than one family member lives with chronic pain? This husband and wife both live with chronic pain and explain that "I think it helps us to understand each other... We recognize that pain and fatigue are highly variable, unique, and personal experiences."