This article was originally published on PainPathways.org by Dee Emmerson, TCC Writer.
The old ballad, “Home, Home on the Range” paints a picture of buffalo, deer and antelope roaming under never-cloudy skies—an idealistic view that omitted any mention of human interaction. The recurring theme did, however, allude to something we get from people or give away generously: discouragement.
If you live with complicated pain, you’re personally familiar with ...
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