Tag Archives: Bruce Campbell

Tracking your symptoms with apps or on paper?

Do you track your symptoms and activity? I used to but fell out of the habit once I stopped improving and started sliding backwards in my recovery because it was, quite frankly, dispiriting to see I wasn’t doing as well … Continue reading

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Self-help, or self-blame, books?

I have read a lot of books about chronic fatigue syndrome, myalgic encephalomyelitis, fibromyalgia and generally on holistic health. Some of them were inspiring, some of them made little sense and some just blamed the ill health on the behaviour … Continue reading

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Keeping a calendar of your activities

Early on, my doctor asked me to keep track of my activities. This was easy because I had already read Bruce Campbell’s book Recovery from CFS and started using his activity log. It is a great, simple document that I … Continue reading

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