HI all. I got a lovely reminder of gratitude today so want to start a post where we can all share our gratitude.
We are all well versed in researching RLS or whatever maladies we have and that means focusing on what is wrong, (and for some of us that is A LOT!); the downside of that focus is that the bad is always at the forefront of peoples minds clouding the beauty and joy that we can still be apart of.
Benefits of gratitude here:
I for one am grateful that I found HealthUnlocked which informed me and changed my perception on the dopamine agonists and allowed me to get the right drugs and relief from RLS, (along with support for ME).
And for my family that understand when my legs jiggle and I have to leave places or when I am peee'd off at not being able to function without pain and suffering.