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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 western medicine since it is subjective on the patients part.  Theories of physiology psychological and spiritual dimensions of pain are many; from hypersensitive nerves to childhood trauma, from Substance P to suffering from your thoughts.  To thrive with pain you must find your own physical, emotional, mental and spiritual answers.  I have found my own and continue to find more.  My answers may not be yours but I believe these steps are universally needed to get to thrive!

What have you found to be true for you on your pain path?


  1. wrote on September 13th, 2013 at 3:30 am


    Wise words indeed. I have for many years said to frdneis and family that, after a bereavement or other major life-change, it’s not possible to get back to normal what has to be done is to find the New Normal .You’ve just made me realise that I have been studiously ignoring my own advice for quite a while, and that it’s really time I did start to walk forward and embrace the world as it is, instead of wishing that my boob didn’t hurt, that my joints weren’t stiff, that my mate hadn’t died, all the other difficult things that have happened They did, and nothing will change that, so it’s time do make the decision time to Thrive!Thanks.

    • wrote on September 13th, 2013 at 10:30 pm


      Yay! It sounds like you have been through a lot and that you are now wanting to take a new road. If you would like some support as you make that decision and make those changes, five steps from Ow to Wow! can be a great tool. Having a coach can also be very helpful to take that decision into new habits and thoughts. Please sign up as a member (free or otherwise) and check out our services.
      Amber Rose