Early recovery is very overwhelming. Essentially, we are asked to change everything. What I've learned after a few 24 is that I really only need to change one thing, the way I think because my problems are centered in my mind. I have a perception/perspective defect. Being open-minded is essential to my recovery because the result is that everything does change. If you're new, don't use the magnitude of the task as justification to drink. Talk to others in recovery about how they started to think differently and you'll be amazed how everything seems to follow.
I broke my hip almost 9 years ago and despite all the doctors it still causes severe pain....i don't know what to do..
Hi all,I pop in here from time to time on getting tips advice on managing chronic and sometimes acute pain. Right now is 1 of those times. I have fibromyalgia, dpondylisis in neck and low back. 4 serious accidents causing spinal cysts and near stenosis, radicular cervical damage. I'm basically a non functioning mess trying to work from home in a laptop in bed. I am also currently...