This week’s What Women Want Talk Radio with Judy Goss had one stand-out theme to me: transforming our pain into action.
We all deal with pain–emotional, physical. People often put pain on a spectrum, at least in clinical environment. I see pain as sort of a canvas of colors and shades personally. What’s important is not the existence of pain. Pain is a great equalizer and common denominator. It’s what we do with our pain that’s important, which is why I was so illuminated by our guest this week, Lisa Jacobson of The Daily Migraine, who had suffered through 9,000 migraines and Samantha Elandary, who took her childhood issues with speech and language and founded The Parkinson’s Voice Project.
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