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Laura's Pain Relaxation Tape
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totallywiggedout posted:
Plus I heard on a pain relaxation tape that I have been listening to that people who take charge of their pain usually do better and feel better. MOG1026 replied to justmejust 's response: Laura, when the party is over, can you tell me more about the pain relaxation tape? That sounds like something I would like


justmejust replied to MOG1026 's response: Kathy, sure, it is by Ruth Naperstack and it was made for people with pain, most specifically people with permanent pain from serving in war.
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mog1026 responded:
I just ordered the tape Laura. Thanks! . I'll let you all know how it works for me.
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justmejust replied to mog1026's response:
Great Kathy! I hope it works for you. I listen to it at bedtime usually. Please let me know what you think of it.

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