Pain Awareness Month

Embody Empathy This Pain Awareness Month

September 13, 2017 / 0 Comments

Do you embody empathy when you cross paths with others? The homeless person in the subway station carrying a backpack and all of his worldly possessions in a shopping cart. The mother with a screaming kid in the grocery store. The woman who parked in the handicapped space, but walked into the store unassisted. We’ve all seen situations like this and likely judged those people. Why can’t the homeless man go to a shelter and get a job? Why isn’t that mother doing anything about the temper tantrum her four-year-old is having? That woman must be abusing the handicapped system by parking when there’s clearly nothing wrong with her. How often do you think about walking in their shoes instead of judging? If you talked to each one, you may understand that the mother in the grocery store has chronic migraine and is so exhausted that she barely had the…

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Katie Golden

Katie is a professional patient, writer for Migraine.com, US Pain Ambassador, patient advocate, speaker, and freelance writer.

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