Pain Awareness Month 2015 – Mid Month Review with Feature 7- The ACPA- History of Pain Awareness Month

I wish I could share the goodness of the world with everyone. The people I’ve shared have been people who are making an impact in the lives of others despite their own complications. Illness, disability, pain, yet hope enough in their passion’s to keep going… for you.

Some of them I barely know in the sense of talking with them. A few of them, I’ve had less than an hour or so of combined time in conversation exchange. Having the gift of knowing and the ability to feel at higher levels than most, I was compelled to ask these people if I could share them, honor them, and feature them this month. Each one of them, by their own energy, gave me a piece of them, the part that let me show you who they are in spirit. It was by a glimpse of their own souls experiences that led me to reach out to them.

Review

Pain Awareness Month 2015 – Feature 1 – The Faces and Limbs of Pain

https://rsdadvisory.com/2015/08/31/pain-awareness-month-2015-feature-1-the-faces-and-limbs-of-pain/


Pain Awareness Month 2015 – Feature 2 – Trudy Thomas, Living with HOPE Radio Show

https://rsdadvisory.com/2015/09/03/pain-awareness-month-feature-2-trudy-thomas-living-with-hope-radio-show/


Pain Awareness Month 2015 – Feature 3 – Shane Schulz, Arisen Strength

https://rsdadvisory.com/2015/09/07/pain-awareness-month-2015-feature-3-shane-schulz-arisen-strength/


Pain Awareness Month 2015 – Feature 4 – Power of Pain Foundation

https://rsdadvisory.com/2015/09/12/pain-awareness-month-2015-feature-4-power-of-pain-foundation/


Pain Awareness Month 2015 – Feature 5 – Sheila Purcell – United Kentucky Pain Care Action Network

https://rsdadvisory.com/2015/09/15/pain-awareness-month-2015-feature-5-sheila-purcell-united-kentucky-pain-care-action-network/


Pain Awareness Month 2015 – Feature 6 – Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma (EHE)

https://rsdadvisory.com/2015/09/19/pain-awareness-month-2015-feature-6-epithelioid-hemangioendothelioma-ehe/



Pain Awareness Month 2015 – Feature 7 – American Chronic Pain Association

Have you ever wondered about the history of pain awareness month? The American Chronic Pain Association and Partners for Understanding Pain is your last feature share for September.

September is Pain Awareness Month
http://theacpa.org/September-is-Pain-Awareness-Month


Below you will find the history of pain awareness month in a timeline PDF document. Beginning in 2001 with a pain awareness campaign. Did you know? Please consider sharing so that others might learn also. Be sure to share in the documents original form.


Pain Awareness Month History

http://theacpa.org/uploads/Pain_Awareness_Month_History.pdf

For more information

The American Chronic Pain Association (ACPA)
http://theacpa.org/

The American Chronic Pain Association (ACPA)
Partners for Understanding Pain
http://theacpa.org/Partners-for-Understanding-Pain

Pain Awareness Toolkits
http://theacpa.org/Pain-Awareness-Toolkits

You can also find the American Chronic Pain Association on:

Facebook-
https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-American-Chronic-Pain-Association/113362482021895

Twitter-
https://twitter.com/TheACPA
@TheACPA

YouTube-
http://www.youtube.com/user/TheACPAChannel

Pinterest-
https://www.pinterest.com/theacpa/
The information provided is for pain awareness and educational purposes only. All rights reserved to The American Chronic Pain Association for their content.


I hope that I’ve proffered enough of myself this year for you and I wish you all the very best in your journeys to continue to make a difference in the lives of others. I pray each of you get all that you need in this life and give back all that you’re able to.

thank-you-

I wish you all well,

And enough.

~Twinkle V.

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2 thoughts on “Pain Awareness Month 2015 – Mid Month Review with Feature 7- The ACPA- History of Pain Awareness Month

  1. I enjoyed reading the 7 Features you wrote for Pain Awareness Month. I was deeply touched and moved by each article you wrote. We wish you well.

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