Managing Pain

Carry as much of a load as you can.

Carry as much of a code as you can.

Physical health is just one element that points to quality of life.

Now a days it is common to hear about mental and spiritual health.

All these aspects relate to our ability to process pain and stress in the various aspects of day to day living.

Where to start, at the beginning, what is important to you?

We all have problems, but the single most important problem may be money or the lack of it.

How do you manage your debt load?

Are you creating more harm than good?

What puts a smile on your face?

Do you crave drugs, stimulation, are you down, up, worried, sick and tired, fed up?

Are these ideas resonating with your situation at present.

Can you add to the conversation by writing a journal or doing a tapped journal?

Would you consider talking to someone?

There are programs to watch, and books to read.

Maybe you are a doer?

Where do you want to start?

It is worth thinking about various forms of exercise, communication and study.

You can learn to better manage pain.

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