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Pain resistance for long term sufferers

Mini at 14h02
28
Feb
2013
Pain resistance for long term sufferers

Do you think your resistance to bearing pain has weakened over the years, or you can bear pain more than you use to.

In my own experince I can defintely say, that I cannot bear pain any more. Any kind of pain, not just head pain. My resistance to pain is now practically non existent, I hate it, I rebell against even low levels of pain, which in the past would be nothing to me; with this kind of pain I was working all, day, then taking care of my family, [......]
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