September is National Pain Awareness Month

You don’t have to do much searching on the Internet to find good pain resources for most diseases. Leaving the comfort of your home to find credible information and support is difficult if you are in the midst pain flares. What a gift to have this access at your fingertips.

The US Pain Foundation is a non-profit organization that wants to empower, educate, connect, and advocate for people living with chronic conditions that cause pain. Go to https://uspainfoundation.org for an amazing amount of high-quality information.

During September, they will show one video a day from a pain warrior telling their story at https://uspainfoundation.org/storyathon/

I am honored that I was chosen and my video will air on 9/9/2019. It is through sharing our stories that we begin to comprehend what challenges may be in the way of simply living life and doing the things that others take for granted.

You are not alone!

Please share this with those in chronic pain. Let them know they are not alone. Now is the time to speak up. The time for silence is gone.

Hugs!

Gail Sinclair, Master Hypnotherapist, Certified Nutritional Consultant, & Karuna® Reiki Master Teacher, works diligently to teach others how to work through the 7 Stages of Chronic Pain and Learn How to Thrive™. She lives with Trigeminal & Occipital Neuralgia, Rheumatoid & Osteoarthritis, & Fibromyalgia and continues to learn tools to turn her attention away from the persistent pain of her body.

You can also reach her at thrive@gailsinclair.com or at www.gailsinclair.com. Click hereto contact her. 

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