7 Responses to Links

  1. google says:

    I liked your article is an interesting technology
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  2. Hi Mark, wondering if you could recommend a good online pain tracking/journal tool?

    • left0089 says:

      Sorry it took me a while, I just saw your message. If you use Google you can get Google Updates by asking them to track pain, pain care, war on drugs, war on pain patients. It’s quite the handy tool.

  3. Denise says:

    I am a long time chronic pain patient with a very long list of chronic pain issues. I have tried EVERY treatment out there & finally was put on opioid meds. They are the ONLY thi.g that has helped me to have SOME quality of life. I’m scared to death with what’s going on with the doctors, DEA & lawmakers. We need to do ALL we can to bring more attention to this issue. However, like many chronic pain patients, I’m not well and I don’t know how to bring more attention to this appalling situation which, I DO believe is a violation of our Civil Rights! I have already written to my legislative rep. with no results. If anyone is advocating on behalf of chronic pain patients, I would love to get involved. If we don’t do SOMETHING, its only going to be a matter of time before WE are the next victtim!!

  4. I too found the Unitarian Universalist church in Akron Ohio. My beloved community has helped me more than you will ever know with focusing me outward and away from my pain.

  5. Interested in being interviewed!

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