Chronic Pain Hot Links — 3/8/19

I haven’t done a hot links post in a while. So some of these links might not be so hot anymore! Hot links gives the impression that you are clicking on something timely. “Get ’em while they’re hot!” Maybe I need a different name for this kind of post, but one thing I realize is that good information or encouragement for those with chronic pain doesn’t expire. So, maybe they are still “hot” links after all! Without further ado:

This one is deep and very worth the read. The author deals with a lot of issues in coming to terms with her body and with others and her faith in the midst of chronic pain:

Esther Smith will be our guest speaker for the support group meeting on April 2nd. She also keeps a great blog full of valuable resources. In this post, Esther discusses a recent anxiety group she oversaw and provides some helpful links/resources for dealing with anxiety:

Here’s a story of several testimonies about their difficult of staying on needed opioid meds due to prescription regulations:

Sometimes half-truths given through out of context Bible verses do more harm than good. Here’s a good and personal story about keeping the tension that exists between the God who heals and the reality of death until the coming of Christ:

That’s all for now!

David Heflin

David Heflin

Executive Director

David Heflin is the founder and president of Broken and Mended. He is married to Katie and has three kids. David has been a preacher for 17 years and founded Broken and Mended in 2018 after being inspired by his own battle with chronic pain to connect other hurting people to Jesus and each other. David has a B.A. in Bible from Oklahoma Christian University and a Master of Arts in Religion from Azusa Pacific University. He resides in Woodward, OK.

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