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Re: Coping with Chronic Pain partlycloudy

Posted by pinkeye on August 10, 2004, at 20:25:37

In reply to Re: Coping with Chronic Pain, posted by partlycloudy on August 10, 2004, at 20:11:55

My therapy is actually officially over. I just maintain email contact with my ex T. He replies once in a while, but not very detailed.
He knows I have chronic pain but when I had the sessions, I was usually working on other issues, that I failed to address this adequately.
Maybe I should go to another T now to address this specific issue.
I am wondering if I should go for a few sessions to someone who manages in chronic pain care.
Thanks for the response.

> For me, managing pain every day has meant hiding it from people (who wants to know that you have a headache every day?) It is a big component of who I am and who the world sees. I should think your T should know that you are dealing with chronic pain in addition to your other problems; and what meds you are taking to deal with it. It's part of a T's skills to being able to treat the entire person, instead of just the immediate problem.
> ((((pinkeye))))




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