You can change your perception of your pain
Why this matters:
We have a specific narrative in our heads/minds about our pain. If you’ve been in pain for a while, the narrative is often “I’m scared”, “oh not again”, “why me?” And others. This type of self talk can actually heighten the sensitivity to your pain. But it doesn’t have to be. You have the power to change how you feel. You can do this by simply changing up how you see the situation. In the book Explain Pain Dr. David Butler goes into more detail about how you can reframe how you see your pain.
Are you in an active flare up? Say to yourself “ok, this is new information. I am glad that I tested the limits”.
Are you in an active state of pain and are still trying to find solutions? Say to yourself “I am well on my journey to finding relief. Each stage is an opportunity to succeed”.
Is someone you know in a lot of pain? Ask them “how can I help you?”
Doing this everyday will be like practice, and you’ll get better and better each time you do it.
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