Letter Board No. 28

“Even when it’s dark, the stars come out.”

It’s the last day of Pain Awareness Month and I wanted to share a quote to remind everyone not to lose hope. Chronic and acute pain can often lead to exhaustion, depression, or despair. Maintaining a positive outlook that better days are ahead can help overcome some of that. Hope for less pain, better treatments, or maybe even a cure.

“Don’t lose hope. Even when it’s dark, the stars come out.”

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Letter Board No. 26

There are better days ahead.

As I posted on Instagram this morning, “May your Friday be short, and your weekend be long!” 🙂

“There are better days ahead.”

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Letter Board No. 25

Making small, incremental changes can have a profound and lasting effect on your life.

What one thing can you be thankful for today? More than one? Bonus! This year has been a struggle for me to be thankful or grateful for much. Grief and pain can do that to a person. But I can always find at least one thing every day to make me smile.

“There is always something to be thankful for.”

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Pain Awareness Month

On this last day of Pain Awareness Month, I wanted to end with some final thoughts. Pain may not be our choice, but how we deal with the pain in our life and how we respond to our pain is our choice. Attitude matters.

Leaving the Pain Behind

I am not my pain. I choose not to let it define me.

Choose wisely, my friends.

Cheers!

Cynthia

2018 Nominee for Best Kept Secret