Minimizing the dysfunctional interplay between activity and recovery: A grounded theory on living with fibromyalgia

@inproceedings{Hallberg2011MinimizingTD,
  title={Minimizing the dysfunctional interplay between activity and recovery: A grounded theory on living with fibromyalgia},
  author={Lillemor R.-M. Hallberg and S. Yoav Bergman},
  booktitle={International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being},
  year={2011}
}
The aim of this study was to generate a substantive theory, based on interviews with women with fibromyalgia, explaining how they manage their main concerns in daily life. The study has an inductive approach in line with classic grounded theory (Glaser, 1992). Twenty-three women living in the southwest region of Sweden were interviewed in-depth about their daily living with fibromyalgia and problems related to this. Probing and follow-up questions were asked by the interviewers when relevant… CONTINUE READING