Tag: Words & Thoughts

Metaphors for Chronic Pain

I found new metaphors for my chronic pain while sitting in the Tillamook Rainforest for four days with no technology to distract me. During this period, I listened for wisdom.

Chronic Pain “It Is What It Is”

I watched Jerry Seinfeld’s “23 Hours to Kill” on Netflix last night. He was speaking about phrases that he doesn’t like and the first one he said was, “It is what it is.” My husband and I started laughing because I use it when people… Continue Reading “Chronic Pain “It Is What It Is””

Does Chronic Pain Control You?

How do you Heal? Does chronic pain control you? Do you have days where the damage exists and controls your thoughts? Are you depressed about the things you can no longer do? Is thriving is so far away from where you are that you… Continue Reading “Does Chronic Pain Control You?”

Just For Today Let Other’s Words Soothe Your Pain

Look for words that uplift you If you are having a day where your thoughts keep turning to your pain, search out other’s writing that uplifts you. Sometimes just reading another point of view, can pull you into a new place and reduce your… Continue Reading “Just For Today Let Other’s Words Soothe Your Pain”

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”

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!

Words and Chronic Pain

“Never own a disease. Reduce the amount of time you talk about it. Refuse to allow illness a place in your consciousness.” RawforBeauty.com Every time I read this it stops me in my tracks just as pain can stop me. I think about this… Continue Reading “Words and Chronic Pain”

I am not ill. I just have chronic pain.

“The problem with complaining about your health is that it tends to draw us to the actual experience of illness…” A complaint Free World

Feelings of Danger in Me Increases Chronic Pain

Pain increases with thoughts of anxiety and fear Decrease your pain by reducing anxiety or fear.