Support and Chronic Pain - Your Stories

Anna Letts – chronic pain story (synopsis)   I have been living and dealing with chronic back pain for 21 years now. My lower back pain started at age 17, I was very active and played hockey regularly. I had bouts of severe muscle pain...
How Chronic Pain and Illness Fan the Flames of Uncertainty If only our lives were more predictable and certain, we’d feel a greater sense of security and safety. Yet, much of what happens to us is beyond our ability to control. This is true...
My story Over the last year, I have faced many different challenges regarding my physical and mental health. I have decided to write and share my story to inform and hopefully enable people to understand more about mental health in conjunction to...
My story Creating digital art has had a transformative impact on my ability to manage living with a rare long-term illness. I developed Vasculitis (inflammation of the blood vessels), which affects my hand function and mobility. I was also...
Chronic pain is awful. There is no other way of saying. It is like carrying around a sack of potatoes. A sack you can never put down, no matter how weary you are. No matter how busy your life is. No matter how much that sack gets in the way. It...
I fell asleep at the wheel, careened off the road and flipped over so many times my Jeep was unrecognizable when it came to a stop. My husband, who was driving another vehicle ahead of me, watched the whole thing in his rearview mirror.  In...
My story started in November 08. Prior to this I was running a very successful business employing 4 people and working towards creating a very sellable business that would provide me with a secure retirement-future. I was 49 years old at the time of...
The first time I remember being in pain I was about 14.. My wrists and thumbs were causing me agony, my joints would click out of place and lock and I had pressure points on my forearm that we incredibly painful to the touch. I was sent for...
My names Chris & my chronic pain life started in 2006 when doing a seated leg press at the gym. My right groin gave way and over the next few months, with it still being painful, I grew increasingly concerned as a typical groin strain only takes...

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