4 Ways to Stay Motivated Through Physical Pain
by Z Zoccolante
(first published on Peaceful Dumpling)
A few years ago, I tracked my headaches for 30 days in a row. They’d start midmorning and by evening I’d often cry myself to sleep. Worried I might have something seriously wrong with me, my family told me to see a doctor.
There was nothing wrong, thank God, but the headaches continued. It was only after I quit that job that I realized my headaches had become waaaaay less frequent.
Being a massage therapist, I’m aware that our emotions can often manifest in our bodies as physical pain. Here are a few of the possible emotional diagnoses for headaches:
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