we can learn to self-manage our chronic pain. Like Pete, I have also learned to do so to a point where, yes I have pain, but no it does not affect my day-to-day life.
Black bean and garlic sauce meat/meat-substitute and peppers.
For those of you who are against yoga, because some random person said to you once, “But have you tried yoga?” when you were telling them about your pain or illness, just stay with me for a second
When our struggle switch is on, everything becomes harder. But what if we could turn the switch down?
I remember the time when I was spending a lot of time thinking about being in pain, and wondering “why me” or what my life would be like going forward etc. These are often referred to as chronicity thoughts.
This is a meditation where we follow our awareness.