yesterday. It hit me. OMG. I am really a chronic pain sufferer, like this pain in my quads is not going away. At least not anytime soon, and I am telling myself lately that pain is an illusion that my body is telling me. So, I give myself permission to walk extra slowly. And I didn't like wearing make up but now I see it as a way to pamper myself. What are some of the feelgood things you to overcome the depression or sadness you have about being a chronic pain sufferer?ty I would appreciate hearing from you. I am in physical therapy three times a week going into my second month of it. I took five days off and just that little of time I was back to square one!
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