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WHAT READERS ARE SAYING

 

“Your series is breaking through stigmatizations about people with the life-altering disease of chronic pain. Kudos to you because those stigmas are tough to unravel.”

Jan Chambers, President, National Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Association


 

"My husband FINALLY understands that what I'm going through is real. Puja's blog has literally saved my marriage. Words cannot express my gratitude."

Dee Dee


 

“I don’t usually post much about my illness. However, one ever growing journey I follow is so relatable, I cannot help but share. I follow her journey and it helps me remember I am not alone. I no longer hide my illness, no longer get bogged by the uninformed; as many of us with this disease, we try to educate and keep moving forward. Therefore, this post is outside my Fibro groups, and public. I highly recommend this read. Gentle hugs and stay informed, one day we may have a cure!!”

Time Tardis


 

Supportive, optimistic and fierce- Puja's work has opened thousands of people's eyes to the realities of chronic pain. I LOVE her tips!”

Lo


You are a light that shines for all of us. Thank you so much for everything.”

Debra


 

"Puja is unstoppable, passionate and full of practical tips for people with chronic pain."

Priya


 

"Puja shares the good, the bad and the ugly of living with chronic pain. She shares inspiration, she shares life-changing tips and she even shares when she's in pain. #warrior"

Naina


 

"From travelling with chronic pain to sleeping, eating, managing relationships and calling for new pain legislation, Puja is a stellar advocate for fibromyalgia and chronic pain sufferers. So grateful for all she does!"

Mallorie


 

“Thank you! I needed this today <3 Being a single mom is hard enough, but one with fibromyalgia and other conditions is even harder. Most days I feel like a failure, it makes me sad to hear that others suffer but happy to know I’m not alone. Thank you for your kind words and understanding! As well as taking time out of your day to make mine better. You have no idea what that means to me.

Karina