The pain is still there. It's just that I hardly think about it now ... I feel more free.
About Pain with Peace
The idea is not to remove the pain, but to help individuals transform their relationship to the pain, to make the pain more than just tolerable—to make it acceptable.
And along the way, to bring a greater sense of joy to living.
If you have seen general practitioners and specialists to rule out treatable causes, if you have been prescribed medications that were either ineffective or led to unacceptable side effects, if you were finally told, in essence, toRead More
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