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Pain-Blog Carnival, October 2010

October 27th, 2010 · 5 Comments

Welcome to the October Pain-Blog Carnival, some of this month’s great writing related to pain from other blogs and websites.  I hope you enjoy the selections!

FibroDaze writes a beautiful post about focusing on what she CAN do, with amazing pictures included.

Chronic Pain Connect shares this article about coping with the life changes brought about by chronic pain.

Free My Brain from Migraine Pain explores issues related to disability in Who You Calling Disabled?

Migraine Chick keeps a sense of humor about side effects.

Body in Mind investigates acupuncture studies in pain disorders.

Loving with Chronic Illness reflects on changes in her appearance due to illness.

Out of the Flames looks at the changes in her life’s direction due to pain.

There are 2 fascinating posts at Possibilism that I wanted to highlight:  relieving pain with spiritual images and smells.

Pain for Philosophers reviews an interesting article about menstrual pain making other pains worse.

Chronic Healing writes a provocative article about different levels of advocacy for different illnesses.

Medical Grand Rounds is published this week at Notes from Spice Island.


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  • Jeanne // Oct 27, 2010 at 12:38 am

    Thank you very much for including my blog post here! I really appreciate being included in this list of blog posts about chronic pain/conditions.

    The fall foliage tree picture is gorgeous and perfect for this time of year.

    Jeanne

  • Kathy/FibroDAZE // Oct 27, 2010 at 10:16 am

    Thank you so much for including my post!

  • Tom // Oct 27, 2010 at 4:20 pm

    This is a very informative blog — I like the fact that you bullet or highlight a lot of posts, sites and other resources. This is the kind of accessibility people need whenever they’re suffering through mental or physical pain.

  • Troy // Apr 9, 2011 at 9:37 am

    Beautiful photograph of the tree in fall colors, but reminds me of my patient’s back pain.

  • Bank Card USA // Feb 25, 2012 at 1:39 pm

    It is a shame that Catherine had to pull out of Boston but she will recover and like she says, Boston is every year; theres always next year! Love her positive outlook!

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