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Pain is a sensation that everyone has to deal with at one point or another in their lives, but you don’t really know it until you live with it day in and day out for years. Anyone who’s had the uhh pleasure, no, the experience of chronic pain can attest to that.
You may have had a brush with pain, it may have even been really intense and I’m not discounting your experience, but chronic pain is different, it’s a bit like a relationship:
First, there’s the honeymoon phase when you’re not really sure how long it’s going to last.
Next, there’s a commitment to live together for a while and see what happens.
Last, you either break up or die together.
Okay, maybe a slight oversimplification, I left out the kids, holidays, fights and retirement.
I was thirteen years old when my journey with chronic pain began and just like all relationships at that age, I thought we would be together forever. Many people with chronic pain never get the chance to break up with it, the reason I’m writing this article is to tell you that it’s possible.