The people most prone to fibromyalgia are those who have a very strict and exaggerated sense of responsibility.
They always take care of all tasks, both yours and others;
They are always working overloaded because they consider it a duty to be fulfilled;
They make many commitments, both work and family, even knowing that they go beyond their time and energy;
They make great efforts to fulfill their obligations and become exhausted;
People with Fibromyalgia tend to be perfectionists;
They avoid asking for help or favors, or for pride or for not disturbing others;
Often they feel used by those who are close because they are always willing to help;
Usually, they feel that their efforts are not valued, but instead of stopping, they redouble their efforts;
Another characteristic of people suffering from Fibromyalgia is low self-esteem, to please others, struggle to say no and impose limits;
They put aside their own needs;
There may be unfounded feelings of guilt, almost always, not shared;
They have difficulty dedicating themselves to leisure;
Other prominent personality traits of people with Fibromyalgia are rigidity of thinking and difficulty adjusting to changes;
In most cases there are feelings like resentment or anger, both of others and of themselves, for not daring to revert to the situation;
Stress may also be related to Fibromyalgia; it is possible that permanent stress can culminate in Fibromyalgia, just as symptoms of the syndrome can lead to stress.
In all items, self-knowledge can help. Knowing what bothers you, dislikes and where you can change are the first steps in the quest for a healthy life.