Write For FighterZine!

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Hi there! Thank you for your interest in blogging with FighterZine!

Basically, what you would be doing is finding relevant and up to date information pertaining to Fibromyalgia/chronic illness and writing articles about them (in which you can share your opinion!).

We also are looking for bloggers to contribute on a regular basis about their journey with Fibromyalgia/chronic illness. What helps you stay positive amidst pain, what you do to keep yourself busy, things like that. Occasionally we can create posts focusing on certain hobbies, crafts, interests in general to share with others.

We shy away from any religious or political postings, as these subjects tend to get people very upset.

If you would like to become a contributor, just fill out the form below, and someone will get back to you shortly! Thank you for your interest!

11 comments

  1. That’s the most important thing – knowing you are NOT alone! Before I was diagnosed 14 years ago, it seemed as though no one had ever heard of Fibromyalgia. I am so glad that Fibro is out in the open and people who have it are talking about the disease. But I feel that the important thing is to reach out to those who have Fibro and still feel alone. That’s why the FIBRO FIGHTER site is so important.

  2. Having fibromyalgia his changed me. also has strengthened me. I have to listen to my body. and realize that I need to take care of me first and then I can take care of other people. if I’m not feeling well that will affect a lot of peoples so I need take care of me first. I also have a debilitating back problem. I just had a spinal fusion done. because of the nerve in my back are so tender now that it makes the rest of my body hurt as well. I’m a fighter and I will get through this. these communities help me a lot

  3. I’m a 41 yr old woman and I have had fibromyalgia since I was 19.It is a daily struggle and if can make it through I know you can too.The biggest thing I can said too all of you is always fight through the tough times and never I mean never give up!!! Because you may think nobody will miss you or cares but I do and I will.so don’t give up ,just keep on keeping on!!!

  4. You begin to view yourself differently when you have Fibromyalgia. The things you use to do seem like a dream. When everyone can’t recollect why you are saying “it hurts” when the slap or even tap you; they have no idea how fragile we are. I wish I didn’t have to feel this pain but I fight every day to make sure I can at least get out of bed. I won’t let it get me down.

  5. FMS is a thief. It steals your identity, you self worth, your dreams. I’ve learned though that it breeds strength, resilience, compassion, empathy, and limitless courage. We create bew dreams, we fight for ourselves and each other. We see the world through loving eyes. Most of us are high achieving so we find ways to turn our stories into badges of hope, of peace. We rally. As much as some mornings suck I can not imagine being any different. While my fibromyalgia doesn’t define me it has helped me define myself.

  6. I have had Fbro since the 1980’s or so, 52 now. I have DDD, bulging discs and osteoarthitis in the cervical and lumbar spine. I have Deep Vein Thrombosis-prone to blood clots. Take Coumadin (Rat Poison) to prevent clots. I get my blood drawn once a month, if my INR is in range. Going through foreclosure, unsupportive spouse and clueless family. You all are my family and get me through! God Bless and keep your chin up, there is always someone worse off than us!

  7. Having fibro has changed my life. Within a span of less than a year, I found out I had fibro, degenerative disk disease, and diabetes. Its been rough. But having others to talk to makes such a huge difference for me! Having others who understand what I am going through helps me to deal with it all.

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