Millions of people around the world suffer from fibromyalgia; the majority of them are women. As yet, there is no cure.
In this memoir, Brigid P. Gallagher shares her experiences on:
- The busy life she followed before succumbing to this debilitating disease
- Stopping and soul searching for answers to her vast array of symptoms
- Entering a new life of SLOW
Drawing on her knowledge and experience as a Natural Medicines therapist, she seeks out therapies to aid her healing and integrates a variety of self help techniques and lifestyle changes. She also unearths a love of solo travel including Egypt, India, Rome, Lourdes, Carcassonne and Bali...
Brigid learns many insights about LIFE on her journey, the most valuable being:
"First learn to love thyself."
In 2006, she began a new career in Organic Horticulture eventually teaching part time in schools. Although she has now retired from teaching, she continues to pursue her lifelong passion for gardening and watching the daisies.
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Table of Contents
Busy as a Bee
The Kippen Girls
A Capital City - early 1975
Back to School – summer 1987
Life Can Turn on a Sixpence – July 1993
Egypt – summer 1997
The Homes of Donegal - summer 1999
India - spring 2003
Kerrytown – Easter 2003
Stopping the World
Ballymanus – summer 2003
Chelsea - May 2005
Life in the Slow Lane
John Mór’s - April 2006
Rome – March 2009
St Crona’s - spring 2009
A Permanent Home – September 2010
Lourdes – June 2012
The Lourdes Effect – summer 2012
My Top Ten Tips for Self-Healing
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