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 One of my best buds just died...how to handle the mental pain?

Answer I'm sorry for your loss.Time is the only thing that will heal you. For now, just try to focus on the good times. Rather than dwelling on the fact he's gone, try to be grateful for the time you got ... Read More »
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Is it possible that a person has felt so much mental pain, that they cant feel any physical pain?

No. The nervous system will make sure that the brain feels the pain, no matter how much anguish the person is in. A broken leg is going to HURT, no matter what.However, the person in so much ment... Read More »
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My tongue hurts. one of the taste buds on the tip is swollen and the pain is getting worse, what should i do?

Gee, I can imagine how uncomfortable that is. That's happened to me in the past and it's a horrible experience. Unfortunately, I didn't get any assistance where that was concerned. I waited a day o... Read More »
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What is the best way to get rid of the greatest pain of all how do you handle it?

CBT( Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy) has proven to be effective in reducing pain and disability when it is used as part of a therapeutic strategy for chronic pain. CBT addresses the psychological com... Read More »
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How to Handle Excruciating Pain?

Handling pain is difficult and involves a lot of patience. With time, handling pain can get easier, but even the best pain-handlers need some way to get through excruciating pain that may be caused... Read More »
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