By Jennifer L. Murphy, Ph.D., and Samantha Rafie, Ph.D. and Reviewed by Jessica Schrader from PsychologyToday.com.
- If you live with chronic pain, your experience needs to be shared and you’re the best person to do it.
- Be specific about your pain, including the functional impacts on various areas of your life.
- If a loved one has chronic pain, it may be best to offer practical assistance rather than advice."
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