We must integrate the reminders “memento mori” and “memento vivere” in order for us to stay present in “ordinary time.”
The past teaches us important lessons about where we do and do not want to go, but we also need to let go.
I don’t claim to have any answers, but I do have experiences and hope, and so can you.
The cost of caring for others is high, even when you love what you do. Here are some ideas about how to care for yourself.
Part 2: Physical health. The accommodations and products that make my body feel its best.
When someone’s response to you isn’t helpful, what can you say to steer the conversation?
To get a recovery journey started, you have to speak clearly about your experiences of pain first.
These insights about managing chronic pain could help you transform your life. I’m living proof.