Sometimes it can be extremely tiring and stressful reading detailed information about chronic pain, and the many ways to reduce the impact chronic pain has on the quality of life.
Many people prefer to listen to content rather than read. You can relax, close your eyes, and take in the spoken word via podcasts.
With that in mind, below are links put together by Annette Leonard, who lives with chronic pain herself.
This is not what I ordered is a podcast by San Francisco psychotherapist and podcast host, Lauren Selfridge. The host conducts honest, humorous, and inspiring conversations with people to understand what it’s like to live with long term pain.
We hope these podcasts can be a valuable tool for those experiencing chronic pain. Is there one you enjoy that we have missed? Let us know on our community Facebook group – you could be the one to introduce someone to their next favourite podcast! The link is here if you would like to join. Our community provides a place for people living with chronic pain to get support, tips, advice and support. We are better, together.
Trigeminal Neuralgia with Kelsey Darragh
Tune in as Kelsey shares…that she developed trigeminal neuralgia (TN) after two botched jaw surgeries. That her surgeon gaslit her from the get-go after her surgeries, telling her it was all in her head and part of the healing process that she should be in such pain
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Annette Leonard was diagnosed with chronic illness at the age of 36. She struggled to maintain connections, was hungry for meaning and longed to make sense of what was happening. So, in, 2019 started her blog and podcast to help herself as well as others.
“I’m Annette Leonard, speaker, coach, and a sick person who believes that my illnesses do not define me. If health is the absence of disease and wellness is the presence of wholeness, then no matter what your disease status, we can work toward your wellness, your wholeness. Whether you are a person experiencing chronic illness or someone who loves or serves people with chronic illness, I have great resources to share with you here on this channel.” Annette Leonard – Host of Chronic Wellness
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