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Archive for 'Gratitude'

It’s Over-the-Counter It Must Be Safe. Right? - Wrong!

With so much attention to all the news about prescription drug problems one serious problem has gone unnoticed. For example a lot has been printed about the danger of OxyContin and how it kills people—however; I have not seen one report that anyone died who was taking OxyContin as prescribed. Please watch my Video Blog and then read the remainder of this post.

Contemplating My Life and All I’m Grateful for on My 65th Birthday

When I was growing up I can remember my grandparents who were in their sixties and I thought I hope I never get that old. As most children do, they look at older adults and think they’re ancient. In fact in my family and social circle—which was primarily blue-collar hard labor working class—most people did age fast and hard. This was especially true since most of them also drink heavy and smoked like chimneys. Please watch my Video Blog and then read the remainder of this post.

Using Gratitude To Turn Adversity Into Opportunity When Living With Chronic Pain

One of the most powerful and longest lasting pieces of wisdom I received in my martial arts endeavors was how to turn adversity into opportunity by staying in gratitude. I know this has been an integral part of my chronic pain management plan over the years. Please watch the video below and then read the remainder of my post.

The Impact Of Seasonal Depression On Chronic Pain Management

I’ve noticed over the past several years that starting in late September all the way through February many of my patients would start experiencing more depression symptoms. I think there are several reasons for this and the two primary ones seem to be the days getting shorter and the other is the Holiday Season. Please watch my Video Blog and then read the remainder of this post.

Understanding The Difference Between Pain And Suffering To Improve Chronic Pain Management

I believe that in order to effectively live with chronic pain and not suffer we need to learn as much about out pain as possible. Many people I’ve worked with the past thirty years have been more into suffering than pain. Please watch my Video Blog below and then read the remainder of this post for more information about the difference between pain and suffering.

Dr. Grinstead On Chronic Pain Management And The Family

When one person in a family suffers from living with chronic pain they are not alone in their misery. Everyone in the family is affected and attempts to cope in their own way. Unfortunately many of these coping strategies don’t work and often make the problems worse. Please watch my Video Blog below and then read the remainder of this post.

Developing an Attitude of Gratitude As Part of Chronic Pain Management

Gratitude Versus Suffering—Gratitude always starts and ends every day for me as an integral component of my own chronic pain management and quality of life. This morning as I was going through my readings I saw several of them focused on gratitude and knew that was my focus for today’s Blog. Please watch my Video Blog and then read the remainder of my post.

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