Curiosity and Hope: A Surprising Connection
Positive and encouraging insights from PLAN TO BE YOUR BEST …As You Navigate Pain.
– Walt Disney
How do you spark your curiosity? I find these work, which in turn helps to build resilience:
1) Make time to pause and consider one of many open ended questions.
2) Get together with a friend and discuss your answers to those questions.
One of the most encouraging ways I’ve applied this is to pursue answers to these questions:
What challenges in my past did I get through?
And what qualities in me were sources of strength during those trying times?
Considering, even for just a few moments, how we successfully persevered through something overwhelming reminds us that we can and will again.
I look forward to your thoughts.
You're not alone. Let's journey this together.
During each meeting we'll talk about a different strategy to navigating pain in all its forms.
Online; one hour.
All are welcome; attend as you often as you wish.
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Upcoming meetings, all Wednesdays at 1 p.m. (ET):
- Feb. 21
- Mar. 6 and 20
- Apr. 3 and 17
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You’ll gain positive and encouraging insights into how you can be more intentional and best regain your focus and spark fresh energy to persevere.
It’s based on my 40+ years of pain management having had seven surgeries on my left knee and now determined to being my best with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, a.k.a. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.