Which is worse: physical pain or emotional pain? How does one tell the difference? An overly simplified answer is that physical pain has a physical cause and emotional pain comes from emotional distress. When pain is accompanied by physical injury or inflammation, dysfunction or disease, we usually declare it to be physical pain. It . . . → Read More: Pain – Is it Physical or Emotional?
Chronic pain and depression go hand in hand. Why is this so and what can be done about it. Take a look first at what depression is. A simple dictionary definition is that depression is a mood or affect that involves subjective feelings, thoughts, fantasies or wishes. A clinician will look for specific symptoms. . . . → Read More: Pain and Depression
Each of us has first hand experience with the body’s abilities to heal itself. No ones life is free from injury and pain, and we have observed the incredible process of our cuts being repaired and our illnesses fought off. The process seems nothing short of miraculous. As extraordinary as it is, there are . . . → Read More: Mind-Body Techniques for Preparing for Surgery and Healing