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'It feels like your bones are being crushed': Former football player battles chronic pain
22-year-old Jarrett Seck suffers from rare condition known as complex regional pain syndrome

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Survey: would you BOYCOTT CVS because of new opiate dispensing policy ?

CVS Health recently announced that it will limit new opioid prescriptions for acute pain to a 7 day supply. CVS pharmacies will also require that daily doses be no higher than 90mg morphine equivalent units for both acute and chronic pain. Customers must also use immediate release formulations before extended release opioids are dispensed. This policy, which is meant to reduce opioid abuse and misuse, will become effective February 1, 2018.

"If You Could Walk In My Shoes"

If you could walk in my shoes,
You would see, I paid my dues,
I worked hard my whole life through,
Even though, I no longer do.

You would see how hard I tried.
You would see how hard I cried.
Can't you see my condition is real,
Even though you can't see what I feel.

Your support could lift me up.
That would be amazing luck.
My disability; you can't see,
But I need you to believe in me.

Trust me when I say,
A friend could make my day.
Please lend a helping hand,
With your support, I can stand.

A little goes along way.
A good friend won't turn away.
A little kind word can lift my soul.
A little kind word can make me whole.

Written By: Manuela McPhee on May 23, 2009"

"If You Could Walk In My Shoes"<br /><br />If you could walk in my shoes,<br />You would see, I paid my dues,<br />I worked hard my whole life through,<br />Even though, I no longer do.<br /> <br />You would see how hard I tried.<br />You would see how hard I cried.<br />Can't you see my condition is real,<br />Even though you can't see what I feel.<br /> <br />Your support could lift me up.<br />That would be amazing luck.<br />My disability; you can't see,<br />But I need you to believe in me.<br /> <br />Trust me when I say,<br />A friend could make my day.<br />Please lend a helping hand,<br />With your support, I can stand.<br /> <br />A little goes along way.<br />A good friend won't turn away.<br />A little kind word can lift my soul.<br />A little kind word can make me whole.<br /> <br />Written By: Manuela McPhee on May 23, 2009"

#DoNotJudge #walkadayinmyshoes

#DoNotJudge #walkadayinmyshoes

#NeverGiveUp #staypositive

#NeverGiveUp #staypositive

#chronicpain patients tend to minimize their #pain to try to seem "normal" as possible. We don't want to be perceived as complainers so we keep much of our pain experience to ourselves.

#chronicpain patients tend to minimize their #pain to try to seem "normal" as possible. We don't want to be perceived as complainers so we keep much of our pain experience to ourselves.
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