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U Matter!

Before CRPS I had everything or at least what I needed, but privately I was absolutely broken inside. I kept it all together enough to where I would never let anyone else down but I kept it too much together to where I eventually let myself down. Over the years I've learned that it's not… Continue reading U Matter!

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Ten Steps To Overcoming Chronic Pain

YES, CRPS/RSD IS A TYPE OF CHRONIC PAIN!  Chronic pain is a serious problem but is often made worse by misinformation, negative attitudes and beliefs, outdated ideas, negative emotions. It is recognised that chronic pain is often mismanaged, not because we lack adequate treatments, but because of fear and ignorance. These steps are designed to… Continue reading Ten Steps To Overcoming Chronic Pain

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Pain Matters Documentary Film 

Discovery Channel Documentary "Pain Matters" Chronicles the Burdens of Living with Chronic Pain. “Pain Matters” chronicles the stories of six people with pain and their loved ones: a U.S. Navy veteran who sustained debilitating injuries while serving in Iraq, a two-time Stanley Cup-winning hockey player, a car accident survivor, and individuals with osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia and… Continue reading Pain Matters Documentary Film 

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She’s Fit To Lead Article 

"We’re big believers in Margaret Twitty’s favorite saying,"Know The Person Not The Disability.” But sometimes, learning more about a disability is an important way to understand what others around us are going through. With that in mind, we asked Margaret Twitty, founder of the 2/17 clothing line and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome sufferer to share… Continue reading She’s Fit To Lead Article