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Issue #192: Pain is Private, No One has the Right to Judge How You Cope & Winters May be Miserable, but Getting Cosy Can Feel Wonderful

Issue #192: Pain is Private, No One has the Right to Judge How You Cope & Winters May be Miserable, but Getting Cosy Can Feel Wonderful | A Chronic Voice

Friday, 20 December 2019. Issue #192.

In this issue: Pain is private, and no one has the right to judge, doubt or comment on how you endure and cope with it. Ignore ignorant remarks and focus on creating good memories over the holidays. People more likely to feel pain on humid days. CBD Oil for pain relief is sometime inefficient, and the wish to try THC instead. Holding a book can be difficult for those with various chronic pain issues. Whilst winters may be miserable, warming up and getting cosy can be a wonderful feeling. There is too much stigma surrounding chronic and mental illness; no one should feel ashamed for raising awareness about them. Practising kindness despite chronic pain can help with coping. Tips and examples of what you shouldn’t say or do to someone with a chronic illness in public. Dry skin can be a huge problem for those with skin disorders, and products to prevent it from worsening during winter.

*Note: This article is meant for educational purposes, and is based on each person’s individual experiences and circumstances. It is not to be substituted for medical advice. Please consult your own doctor before changing or adding new treatment protocols.

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