A few years ago, one of our most avid members had posted this. I kinda referred to it as the "BIBLE" of Chronic Pains. I have printed this and taped it to my Frig and put on everyone's nightstand in our house. From then on I was looked at differently and even those that came to the house saw it and knew what I was going thru.
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0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:For those of us suffering from chronic pains to give to those that don't know what chronic pains meanHey Everyone~~<br /><br />A few years ago, one of our most avid members had posted this. I kinda referred to it as the "BIBLE" of Chronic Pains. I have printed this and taped it to my Frig and put on everyone's nightstand in our house. From then on I was looked at differently and even those that came to the house saw it and knew what I was going thru. <br /><br />Hope this helps everyone~~<br /><br /><a href="http://www.howtocopewithpain.org/blog/47/are-you-pain-free-10-things-those-of-us-in-pain-would-like-you-to-know/">http://www.howtocopewithpain.org/blog/47/are-you-pain-free-10-things-those-of-us-in-pain-would-like-you-to-know/</a>
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