A World Of Hurt Expression
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This book presents an interpretation of the nature of musculoskeletal pain. It describes aclassification system for assessment and treatmentof musculoskeletal pain with emphasison patient education and active exercise. Thisapproach to musculoskeletal pain has grownout of theoretical considerations supported bydifferent levels of research and based on clinicalobservations for the last 16 years at the RehabilitationInstitute of Chicago. Rather than offeringanother technique, this approach provides youwith principles carried forward and supported byresearch in how to educate and guide exercise foryour patients who suffer from musculoskeletalpain. This book is unique in that it is intendedto serve both the clinicians who treat and thepatients who suffer from musculoskeletal painthrough education about pain mechanisms andthe active care associated with them.
It's well known that most men have been taught that "real men don't cry" or that if they show their true emotions, they will appear weak. Some men are taught to handle their hurt, rejection or pain by "taking things like a man" without showing any emotions, cares or concerns. This is why most men are not as vocal as women when it comes to expressing their inner feelings. This lack of expression has given many men a bad reputation and has labeled them as bad or at times a "dog" or "no good." But not all men are bad or dogs. There are good men in the world with good hearts who have been hurt or damaged due to toxic relationships caused by WOMEN or childhood trauma. "Dear Gurlé Men Hurt Too" provides stories that demonstrate that although it appears women have suffered the most from toxic relationships with men, men have also been hurt by women.
Author: Melanie Thernstrom
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Release Date: 2010-08-17
Each of us will know physical pain in our lives, but none of us knows when it will come or how long it will stay. Today as much as 10 percent of the population of the United States suffers from chronic pain. It is more widespread, misdiagnosed, and undertreated than any major disease. While recent research has shown that pain produces pathological changes to the brain and spinal cord, many doctors and patients still labor under misguided cultural notions and outdated scientific dogmas that prevent proper treatment, to devastating effect. In The Pain Chronicles, a singular and deeply humane work, Melanie Thernstrom traces conceptions of pain throughout the ages—from ancient Babylonian pain-banishing spells to modern brain imaging—to reveal the elusive, mysterious nature of pain itself. Interweaving first-person reflections on her own battle with chronic pain, incisive reportage from leading-edge pain clinics and medical research, and insights from a wide range of disciplines—science, history, religion, philosophy, anthropology, literature, and art—Thernstrom shows that when dealing with pain we are neither as advanced as we imagine nor as helpless as we may fear. Both a personal meditation and an intellectual exploration, The Pain Chronicles illuminates and makes sense of the all-too-human experience of pain—and confronts with extraordinary grace and empathy its peculiar traits, its harrowing effects, and its various antidotes.