The risks and complications of adulthood, Volume 8.

Stress over Shock

Pain.

 

Whether physical or emotional, it comes in a lot of shapes and forms – it may be treatable or untouchable or even unresolvable, depending on where it comes from.   People may ask you to rate it on a scale from one to ten, when in a lot of situations the numerical rating isn’t worth a damn.

 

Some of us walk around bearing it with a smile on their face.  Others are crippled by it and are reduced to a human tear drop by it.  A school of thought believes that the absence of pain is the absence of growth.   Another believes that a lack of pain is a sign of disease.

 

Sometimes it’s a sign that something is changing.  Sometimes it’s a sign that something is wrong.  Regardless of why it’s there, it’s usually there for a reason.

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