Getting out of chronic pain may be the hardest thing you face in your life. The stakes are high – very high. On the one side is living with pain, where everything feels like it’s closing in around you, clipping the edges of your life.
The stakes are high – very high. On the one side is living with pain, where everything feels like it’s closing in around you, clipping the edges of your life.
On the other side is freedom. Freedom from pain, and knowing that you have the tools to control your pain system, and get your life back.
This is hardly ever a straight forward journey, however. Almost everyone I’ve helped on this path (including myself) has had ups and downs.
Which is where this quote comes in:
“Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day whispering, ‘I will try again tomorrow.’”
– Mary Anne Radmache
When things don’t go your way, when you get a pain flare, when you fall down, sometimes you can’t immediately emerge triumphant. Sometimes all you can do is gather yourself together and know – you will try again tomorrow.
If that’s where you are right now, it’s ok. The only way to truly fail is to quit, and with your life in the balance, you aren’t going to do that.
I also want to let you know an important fact. There’s ‘expiry date’ on getting pain free. There’s no time limit. Even if you’ve been in pain for years, we are infinitely adaptable beings. Our brains are constantly rewiring and our bodies are continuously being created anew.
If you are ready to try again, this time with help, guidance and support, here’s where to join the Club and get started today >>