Handling Daily Stressors and Chronic Pain
October 21, 2011
October is a time to enjoy apple cider, hay rides, pumpkin carving and of course, Halloween! But for some of you, these activities may be limited because you are dealing with some type of chronic pain or experiencing stress overload. Join us in our FREE Webinar to learn how stress and pain can be managed by learning what some sled dogs have to share...
Moving Beyond Stress and Chronic Pain ...and Getting Your Life Back! Thursday, October 27, 2011
4pm Pacific / 7pm Eastern
In the comfort of your home or office by phone and computer
When you think of top flight accomplishment and inspiring performances, who comes to mind? Paula Abdul dominating the charts and stunning audiences with her concerts? Debbie Allen's innovative dance and choreography?
Or perhaps Joe Theismann's and Brett Favre's gritty competitive games? George Clooney's, Kathleen Turner's or Melanie Griffith's movie performances that transport you to another place and time?
They are all at the top of their respective games...while dealing with chronic pain.
They have each made the commitment to themselves to use their chronic health challenges as a chance to practice being stronger than their pain, to transcend it and keep on going, achieving full professional and personal lives and careers. You'd never know these folks have chronic, sometimes debilitating pain. Living with chronic pain is very stressful as well. So, if you are living with pain, the accompanying stress levels compound the problem.
You, too, can tap into your inner strength to take you beyond your pain and stress so that you can accomplish your dreams. Find out how by registering for this free presentation given by my friend Liz Parrish. She has also dealt successfully with chronic pain by utilizing special teachings from her sled dogs, and she wants to share with you how to move beyond your health challenges for personal and professional success.
One Final Point!! Enjoy Your Halloween Experience!
Plan ahead and keep your children safe by monitoring their activities and checking the treats they bring home!
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Thanks for reading this newsletter. We will be dropping you a line about once a month. Each month will feature a stress management tip to help you find your sense of calm. For further information about stress management or if you have suggestions or concerns, drop me a comment either on my Fan Page, www.facebook.com/stressmanagement4women, or on the web, Stress-Management-4-Women.