Special Offer on Amazon
Positivity versus Chronic Pain
By Jennifer Morse, MS PhD
With the increase of auto immune disorders and degenerative disease many people are wondering when faced with chronic and debilitating pain what are the psychological and emotional skills that engender increased functionality, buffer stress and reduce the suffering associated with chronic pain?
To further reduce the effects of chronic pain educating patients to distinguish the difference between clean pain and dirty pain is another technique designed to reduce suffering. Dirty pain lives in our irrational beliefs increasing muscular tension and corresponding suffering. Successfully confronting clusters of negative thoughts surrounding the experience of chronic pain is liberating. This freedom reduces feelings of being entrapped within the confines of chronic pain.
Coming August 2015