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    Helpful Things TO Say to Someone in Chronic Pain - Living with Chronic Pain

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6 Things About Chronic Pain (well I knew I go through it everyday)

This happens on occasion, especially when the pain and other symptoms momentarily becomes too overwhelming.

Chronic pain chart. This is a helpful tool/graphic if you need to help someone understand chronic pain's effects on your life. Would also be a good to use in lawsuit or worker's claim- you could print it out and build upon it.

» What NOT to Say to Someone in Chronic Pain - Living with Chronic Pain

Every time. People would think me negative if I said the truth every time. Rheumatoid Arthritis

Accept, and express the pain feelings you have. You've lost a part of you and that can't be ignored. Chronic illness changes you.

Chronic illness/pain. This is so incredibly true. Please read and share this so you can be more educated about people with chronic pain and so the other people with chronic pain can know they're not alone

This is an excellent source to understanding someone with chronic pain. How to Understand Someone With Chronic Pain via www.wikiHow.com

Fibromyalgia/ Chronic Pain I SAY THIS TOMY HUSBAND SO OFTEN.. THIS IS SO TRUE. I NEVER USED TO SIT DOWN. WAS A REST MGR, WORKED 60 PLUS HRS. /WK WITH 34 EMPLOYEES. DID EVERYTHING! I CANNOT BELIEVE ALL I USED TO DO WITH 2 TEENAGERS, A LITTLE ONE, WORKING, VOLUNTEERING IN SCHOOL, YARD WORD....ETC.. I ALWAYS THOUGHT I'D BE IN THIS PERFECT -TONED BODY AND STILL GO-GO-GO. NOT GIVING UP HOPE YET! NOT WITH GOD AT MY SIDE.

This best description for Chronic Pain. I'm staying out of the wheelchair as long as I can