About Pain and Its Consequences
Choose Kind! Powerful !
I will buy this book -- I am not (knock wood) a chronic pain sufferer, but I am alive and old, which means there are pains of one sort or another in every day and night. In my earlier life I suffered from migraines and Crohn's, so I have had my passport stamped many times. Takeaways? Be kind, to others but especially to yourself, always. Listen to your body (not so much your mind, which sometimes is like a "mean girl.") Blessings.
"kindness is often small" So powerful, beautiful, and true. 💗
Incredible read! So glad for this post and to become aware of Francesca and her work.
This is really wonderful. I know many who have chronic pain and I’m looking forward to reading this book!
This was an absolute joy to read! Thank you so much for sharing.
This is such a beautiful read. Thank you for shining a light on this incredible author.
A true wordsmith.♥️
Oh, Cheryl! I'm so excited about this new series. Francesca is wonderful, you are right. Sometimes choosing kind IS heroic, but it's never wrong. Thank you for this.
Brilliant - thank you for sharing this!
Cheryl Pooley’s quote I embrace: “in a world where you can be anything, be kind”. It’s simple, but often has a profound impact, one that we may not even realize. Besides, there is a joy in it….have it be a matter of being, not just doing.
Cheryl, where can we learn more about your writers camp? Are you still running it?
Gut punch. I want to hug young Frannie. Thank you for this honest, heart wrenching and encouraging interview, Francesca and Cheryl.
Wow. So much heart there. Thank you for your bravery, and for seeing your way through, one day at a time...