“Be Better” vs “Get Better”

by on March 19, 2013

I have a simple question for you. Please: Seriously think about this. It could hold the key to really helping you overcome fibromyalgia.

Do you just want to “Be” better….   or are you willing to “Get” better?

There is a huge difference between the two choices. The first implies an instant transformation. To suddenly be better. To be cured, miraculously and immediately without side effects or hassles. 

“POOF” —> Your Cured!   Hurahhhh and Yipeee!

This is what we all want. Give me a pill and make the pain all go away, NOW PLEASE. We want a  “Magic Pill” solution that cures all of our symptoms. If you have spent any time on any fibro focused forums, chat boards or Facebook pages then you have seen all the postings from people desperately pleading for someone (anyone) to tell them what the magic pill is.

Some people spend years chasing the magic pill and are convinced that if they just find the right doctor or get the right medical test or contact the right internet expert, they will finally be told the miracle solution.

There is no magic pill. There is no cure. There is no one thing that works for everyone. There is no easy solution. Sorry, but that is the reality of fibromyalgia.

So that brings us to the second part of the question -  Are you willing to Get Better?

fight for it“Get Better” -  this implies a process. This means that you have to do something in order to achieve the objective. You have to work at it. You have to manage it. It takes effort. You have to be willing to expend your own time and energy on the process. But… the process works. It is possible to get better. You can figure out what combination of treatment options will be effective in reducing your symptoms and helping you regain control over your life.

As long as you refuse to accept that no magic pill exists and you continue to chase instant solutions, your unlikely to make progress. Your not going to suddenly “be better”.

When you get to the point where you are finally sick of it, when the pain and frustration overwhelms you to the point of despair – then you have a choice to make.

Am I willing to do what it takes to get better?

Because you can. Make no mistake about it – Getting Better is not only possible, it is the most likely outcome from an effective self-management program. It will take time and a process but it is possible.

FibroTrack shows you how. FibroTrack is a complete online Fibromyalgia management program that will teach you step by step exactly how to manage your fibromyalgia and GET BETTER.

So, if your willing to Get Better – check it out. If your still chasing the magic pill, bookmark this page and when you do get to the point where your sick and tired of being sick and tired, give FibroTrack a serious look. Maybe we can help you supercharge your fibromyalgia treatment efforts!

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Maria Hollinshead March 26, 2013 at 2:30 pm

Hi there,

It’s a long time since I stopped searching for the “magic pill”; ten years or more. Since then, I’ve been actively trying to “get better”‘ mainly trying to reduce stiffness and pain. I hope that once the FibroTrack programme is available I will be able to track the ebb and flow of the disease more thoroughly. Then, I will have a better idea of triggers etc. My motto is “Never Give Up.”

Thank you in advance for this new tool, Terry.
I live in hope!



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