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  1. Hope for new answers for people with Fibromyalgia

    Hope for new answers for people with Fibromyalgia

    New study discovers people with Fibromyalgia may have extremely excessive amounts of  nerve fibers of veins called arteriole-venule shunts that now they understand to have a role in pain.  To see the article go to: Guardian Article: Fibromyalgia Mystery finally solved http://guardianlv.com/2013/06/fibromyalgia-mystery-finally-solved Pain is a symptom–we who live with it have to...

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  2. Today is the best day to start to thrive!

    Today is the best day to start to thrive!

    Are you are ready to move beyond suffering and blame? Then discover the 5 steps from Ow to Wow!  And work with Amber Rose Dullea from Thriving with Pain LLC and see yourself thriving! Through these steps you may find pain relief and more energy, but no matter what your...

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  3. Oregon Pain Management Commission–Sept 2012

    Oregon Pain Management Commission–Sept 2012

    A Message from the Coordinator Article Content Current Message September 2012     Self Management of Pain If you were unable to attend the September 13, 2012 Oregon Pain Management Commission Meeting, you missed a great opportunity.   In honor of “Pain Awareness Month,” commission members conducted a special education...

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  4. Got Pain?

    Got Pain?

    When pain increases or a flare up happens for a chronic pain sufferer, it is easy to go into fear, overwhelm and depression. This is the time when remembering your support and passions are essential and can help you and I from getting pulled into the vortex of negativity and...

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  5. Thriving with out blame

    Thriving with out blame

    Thriving with pain is about taking back your life from the cycle of pain.  For some it means not experience chronic pain anymore and for others it means gaining quality of life and a measure of peace of mind in the midst of the pain. Pain is difficult subject for...

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  6. Ow to Wow in 5 Steps!

    Ow to Wow in 5 Steps!

    The Five steps to Thriving with Pain   1)      Understand the pain that you are experiencing– become the expert on you! 2)      Find treatment options and learn pain management techniques 3)      Ask for and accept support—You are not alone. Learning to do this can save relationships! 4)      Step Four: Engage...

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