change is as good as a holiday

Saturdayachievement-activity-adolescent-347135 shopping after children – be woken up at 5:00am, wait hours for the shops to open – Bunnings, Aldi and Kmart – done by 8:30am.

Things have changed.  The activity is the same (i.e. shopping), but the occupation is different. In simple terms, the who, what, when, where, and how of getting the job done.  It’s the same scenario when we are faced with pain that won’t go away.  A massive life changing event or sequence of events has occurred that leaves us struggling.

If we keep trying to do everything the old way, the way we used to, the way we think we should, or other people think we should then how can we expect pain to change?

We can spend thousands on treatments, read books and articles and take courses on understanding pain, but ultimately, it comes down to altering how we tackle the everyday that makes it count.

It’s not ‘common sense’, but it makes sense.  The way we do our every day activities is going to impact heavily on pain levels.  WE can contribute an enormous amount to our own recovery. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days each year. It adds up, doesn’t it?

So start considering your options.  Think about the who, what, where, when and how in terms of impact on pain and improving your health and well-being.  You can do this.  Start now.

The beatpain app offers a range of strategies to tackle the everyday needs. Not exercises, not treatments – occupations. Beatpain. Love Life Again.

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.makeitappen.beatpain

https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/beatpain/id1317641549?mt=8

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