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Issue #114: There is No Way for You to Know How Much Pain Someone Else is Going Through & Gratitude for a Body That Works Hard Despite it All

Issue #114: There is No Way for You to Know How Much Pain Someone Else is Going Through & Gratitude for a Body That Works Hard Despite it All | www.achronicvoice.com

Saturday, 16 June 2018. Issue #114.

In this issue: Finding the way back to hope. Every tissue and cell in our body renews at a faster rate when we sleep. An invitation to speak about pulmonary hypertension at the COPD conference in Rome. That guilty feeling when you look well and go out, even though you need to work from home. There is no way for you to know how much pain someone else is going through. Being thankful for the many things our bodies do to keep us alive without conscious thought. Taking full advantage of life, and travelling with IBD whenever possible. Depression and mental illness can strike anyone, regardless of social standing or location. ‘Taboo’ thoughts that people with chronic illness have, and why it’s important to bring them out into the light. When the disability caused by your cerebral palsy triggers anxiety.

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