The Sun is located on the vernal equinox, daylight and dark are equal, and autumn begins. For me, fall marks a time not only to advocate, but to educate my comrades in pain through my blog and through Fall Devotions in our Broken Body, Wounded Spirit: Balancing the See-Saw of Chronic Pain seasonal book series. Personally, I celebrate fall with an annual weekend get together with my healthcare colleagues. We have done this for over thirty years and I have only missed once. To say I embrace our need for socialization, regardless of obstacles, is an understatement. And when I need reminders on how to care for myself, those who share this trek with me, many who are our readers, wrap me in their virtual loving arms.
- Part One - A Look Back and Look Up: Could history be a guidefor treating chronic pain?
- Part Two – Chronic Pain in the Present – The Question byCeleste Cooper
- Part Three – The Future for Treating Chronic Pain by CelesteCooper
- Is the prevalence of joint hypermobility purely acoincidence in CFS and FM? by Celeste Cooper