We don’t have to pay for our good feelings with pain and sadness
Dr. Laurie on planning to feel better.
Make a “don’t do” list and create space for yourself.
For starters, you don’t have to “cheer up” or try to make yourself feel better.
How to jumpstart your own mental stroll down the sunny side of the street.
Advising the mother who wants to tell her playgroup she has RA so they won’t think she’s a flake.
How mindfulness can lessen the effects of pain.
Or how a lousy way to spend a Christmas Eve became a perfectly fine way.
Our bodies may be fragile but we can still allow ourselves to live large.
Dr. Laurie writes about how choosing a different visual image to represent pain has dramatic results, both emotionally as well as physically.