Sorry you are not feeling well and that your daughter was injured. That must have been scary for you.
I know the frustration of taking years to have a diagnosis, going through different meds and supplements, feeling like you have it under control and then wham, life throws you a curve and you feel every ache on your body.
I think with Fibro it can be harder to deal with stress since our bodies are stressed to begin with. Coming to this board was a good start to begin to have a place to de-stress.
Keep telling yourself that all will be well even if you do not feel like it. I walk around telling myself this. For me it is my voice validating that I am under control of my life and have the final say in all. I know it is hard to feel this way when you have something like Fibro since the aches and pains are hard to deal with at times.
I have gone to the Health Store or vitamin store and been very successful with Holistic supplements. There is something called Calms Forte, is is used for stress and sleep. It really works. It usually is not hard to find. If there is a Health store you can go to, talk to the people working there. They can be very helpful in knowing what might help you. I got a lot of tonics and such, some worked some did not. Those that worked were awesome. The names can be different everywhere but I think that Calms Forte is the same in mose places. There is also a posting at the beginnng of this board that has a lot of information on supplements, you might want to take a look.
Believe me, I am not making light of how you feel physically and mentally. When your child is hurt and you are sick, the stress and worry you have magnifies when you are not 100%.
Try to get to a place of quiet, even for 15 minutes. You have come far in getting to a place where your pain was better. You will get back there again.
Try to meditate on the good things you have in life and how lucky you are that your daughter is going to be ok. You would be surprised on how these things matter a lot to us and how they can help us to deal with the world around us. Hope this makes sense.
It is sooo good to vent in any way. As Glojer said, if laughter fails, cry, scream, do whatever you have to to get that tightness out of your body. We hold our bodies differently when we are in pain, try to notice this and release your body. Stretch your body if you can, remember how you felt a month ago and tell yourself you will get better.
Hang in there, keep us posted, we care and want to know how you are.
Peace and love, Hangin