Month: January 2020

Chronic or Persistent Pain Basics

You need Chronic or Persistent Pain Basics in your pain management tools. If you are in the midst of a flare, this becomes even more important, so I am keeping this simple. Here’s a review of many of the tools that I have posted… Continue Reading “Chronic or Persistent Pain Basics”

My Brain Surgery Didn’t Work. Now What?

Now What? 3 months since brain surgery… ~ Hole cut in my skull ~ 5 arteries moved ~ Teflon inserted ~ Titanium plate inserted ~ 17 days later trigeminal nerve pain returned ~ 42 days later all nerve pain returned

Silence as a Coping Skill for Chronic Pain

Allow silence Feel your body relax. Create a few minutes, an hour, or a day to rest from words. I’m coping this week. Using all of my tools. Silence came forward and said, “Use me!” Sending peace to you all. Hugs!

9 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Chronic Pain

Use this list to start the New Year and consciously reduce your pain. Trust that they work. There is a reason that you’ve probably heard most of these suggestions. Why? Because they consistently help!