If you’ve ever been bullied by a doctor or another medical professional, you know how serious this problem is. Don’t be afraid of your doctor. Sign the petition!
If you’re a doctor who thinks your chronic pain patient is “hysterical” and not really sick, you’re adding emotional damage to her physical pain. Please read.
“It wouldn’t dawn on me until I was in my mid-twenties that facial expressions and body language were a means of non-verbal communication I was supposed to “pick up on” and respond to accordingly.”
Is your food pure, local, and organic? Do you shun all junk food and preach the benefits of your diet? An obsession with healthy eating could turn dangerous.
Living with a chronic illness isn’t only difficult because of the pain, it can also be challenging because of the insulting things heard by friends and family.
Living with pain is horrible and debilitating. It can also make you a better person. This is my story of how I discovered the gift of pain.